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Darryl Lowe

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Darryl Lowe
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Current Court Information:
4th County Court Judicial District, Nebraska
Title:   Judge
Active:   1998-2020
Past position:   Prosecutor, Douglas County Attorney’s Office
Past term:   1987-1998
Personal History
Undergraduate:   Alabama State University, 1981
Law School:   Creighton University, 1984
Candidate 2014:
Candidate for:  4th County Court District
Position:  Retention
State:  Nebraska
Election information 2014:
Incumbent:  Yes
Election date:  11/4/2014

Darryl Lowe is a judge of the Fourth District County Court in Nebraska. He joined the court in 1998.[1] He was retained in 2014 for a term that expires in 2020.[2]



See also: Nebraska judicial elections, 2014
Lowe ran for retention to the 4th County Court District. The general election took place on November 4, 2014.[2]


Lowe earned a B.S. in political science and criminal justice from Alabama State University in 1981, and a J.D. from Creighton University in 1984.[1][3]


  • 1998-2020: Judge, Fourth District County Court
  • 1987-1998: Prosecutor, Douglas County Attorney’s Office
  • 1985-1987: Attorney in private practice
  • 1983-1984: Law clerk, [Douglas County, Nebraska|Douglas County]] Attorney’s Office[1]

2012 judicial performance evaluation

Every two years, the Nebraska State Bar Association compiles responses from lawyers to evaluate judges in the state. Subjects are rated in seven categories, then a determination is made for whether the judge should be retained. The seven categories considered are: legal analysis; impartiality; attentiveness; opinions; judicial temperament and demeanor; appropriate communication; and timeliness.

47 percent of respondents stated that Judge Lowe should be retained in office. To read the full evaluation, see: Nebraska State Bar Association, "2012 Evaluation Results".

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