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|Current Court Information:|
|United States District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi|
|Appointed by:||George H.W. Bush|
|Active:||11/25/1991 - 03/19/2006|
|Senior:||03/20/2006 - Present|
|Preceded by:||104 Stat. 5089|
|Succeeded by:||Halil Ozerden|
|Past post:||Adams County Court, Judge|
|Undergraduate:||Princeton, B.A., 1962|
|Law School:||University of Mississippi Law, J.D., 1965|
David Bramlette is an Article III federal judge for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi. Bramlette is serving on senior status. He joined the court in 1991 after being nominated by President George H.W. Bush.
Early life and education
Bramlette who is native of Mississippi, graduated from Princeton University with his bachelor's degree in 1962 and later graduated from the University of Mississippi Law School with his Juris Doctor degree in 1965.
Bramlette served his entire pre-judicial legal career as a private practice attorney licensed in the State of Mississippi from 1965 to 1991. In addition to being an attorney, Bramlette has served as a Special Circuit Court Judge in the Sixth Judicial District of Mississippi from 1977 to 1979 and also later served as a Special chancery court judge and County Court Judge for the Adams County Court.
Southern District of Mississippi
On the unanimous recommendation of U.S. Senators Thad Cochran and Trent Lott, Bramlette was nominated by President George Bush on July 26, 1991 to a new seat created by 104 Stat. 5089 which was approved by Congress. Bramlette was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on November 21, 1991 on a senate vote and received commission on November 25, 1991. Bramlette assumed senior status on March 20, 2006. Bramlette was succeeded in this position by Halil Ozerden.
|Federal judicial offices|
|Southern District of Mississippi
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|Former Article III judges|
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