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Jerome Turner

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Jerome Turner
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Current Court Information:
United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee
Title:   Former Judge
Position:   Seat #1
Service:
Appointed by:   Ronald Reagan
Active:   12/9/1987 - 2/12/2000
Preceded by:   Robert McRae
Succeeded by:   Samuel Mays
Personal History
Born:   1942
Deceased:   2000
Undergraduate:   Washington and Lee University (1964)
Law School:   Washington and Lee University School of Law (1966)

Jerome Turner (1942-2000) was a federal judge on the United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee.

Turner was nominated by President Ronald Reagan on July 1, 1987, to a seat vacated by Robert McRae; he was confirmed by the Senate on December 8, 1987, and received commission the next day. He served until his death on February 12, 2000.[1] Turner was succeeded in this position by Samuel Mays.

Early life and education

  • Washington and Lee University, B.A., 1964
  • Washington and Lee University School of Law, LL.B., 1966[1]

Professional career

  • Law clerk, Hon. Robert M. McRae, U.S. District Court, Western District of Tennessee, 1966-1967
  • Private practice, Memphis, Tennessee, 1967-1988[1]

Judicial career

Western District of Tennessee

Turner was nominated by President Ronald Reagan on July 1, 1987, to a seat vacated by Robert McRae; he was confirmed by the Senate on December 8, 1987, and received commission the next day. He served until his death on February 12, 2000.[1] Turner was succeeded in this position by Samuel Mays.

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Federal judicial offices
Preceded by:
Robert McRae
Western District of Tennessee
1987–2000
Seat #1
Succeeded by:
Samuel Mays