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Rick Elmore

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Rick Elmore
Current Court Information:
North Carolina Court of Appeals
Title:   Judge
Salary:  $
Active:   2003-2018
Past position:   Attorney, private practice
Past term:   1982-2002
Personal History
Undergraduate:   Guilford College
Law School:   N.C. Central University School of Law

Rick Elmore is a judge on the North Carolina Court of Appeals. He was elected to this position in November of 2002 and his current term ends in 2018.[1] [2]


Judge Elmore graduated from Guilford College in 1974 and received his law degree from the N.C. Central University School of Law in 1982.[2]


Before he received his law degree, Elmore worked for the N.C. Department of Correction and the Muscular Dystrophy Association. He has also served on the Guilford County Planning Board and the Guilford County Board of Elections.[2]


Judge Elmore practiced law in Greensboro for 20 years (1982-2002) before joining the Court of Appeals. His practice focused on the areas of criminal defense and real property law.[2]

2010 election

Main article: North Carolina judicial elections, 2010

Elmore was re-elected to the Court of Appeals in 2010. He defeated Steven Walker in the general election, winning 53.76% of the vote.[3][4]

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