Comments requested on senior judges seeking service renewal.
The following senior judges' current service will expire on September 30 and they are seeking service renewal.
Any persons having knowledge bearing upon the fitness or qualifications of any of the senior judges on this list to continue service as a senior judge should send, on or before April 15, written comments to Thomas D. Hall, Clerk, Florida Supreme Court, 500 South Duval Street Duval Street is a famous downtown commercial zoned street in Key West, Florida, running north and south from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean. Duval Street is the location of many famous restaurants and bars, including Sloppy Joe's, The Bull and Whistle, Rick's Cafe and , Tallahassee 32399, or by e-mail at email@example.com, or by telephone to the chair of the appropriate review board as noted.
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Review Board One (Judge Paul Hawkes, chair, (850) 487-1000, ext. 123): A. Keith Brace, Edwin B. Browning, Jr., Harold J. Cohen cohen
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Review Board Two (Judge Darryl C. Casanueva, chair, (813) 272-3430): Horace A. Andrews, Robert E. Beach, Barbara B. Briggs, Wayne L. Cobb, Stephen L. Dakan, Nancy K. Donnellan, Donald C. Evans, Crockett Farnell, Judith J. Flanders, Marion L. Fleming, Thomas M. Gallen, Oliver L. Green, Perry A. Little, Dennis P. Maloney, Robert F. Michael, Daniel R. Monaco, Cecelia M. Moore, J. Rogers Padgett, Harry M. Rapkin, Susan W. Roberts, E.J. Salcines, Susan F. Schaeffer, Jack R. Schoonover, Radford W. Smith, Hugh E. Starnes, Ralph Steinberg, J. Tim Strickland, Edward F. Threadgill, and David Seth Walker.
Review Board Three (Judge Juan Ramirez, Jr., chair, (305) 229-3200, ext. 3216): Mercedes Armas Bach, Philip Cook, Robert M. Deehl, Charles D. Edelstein, Seymour Gelber, William E. Gladstone, Edward S. Klein, Barbara S. Levenson, Richard V. Margolius, Alan R. Schwartz, Martin Shapiro, Stuart M. Simons, Raphael Steinhardt, Herbert Stettin, and David L. Tobin.
Review Board Four (Judge Frederick A. Hazouri, chair, (561) 242-2078): William A. Bollinger, Eli Breger, Richard B. Burk, Miette K. Burnstein, Marc A. Cianca, David C. Clark, Patricia W. Cocalis, Roger B. Colton, John W. Dell, Richard Y. Feder, John E. Fennelly, Robert J. Fogan, Howard H. Harrison, Jr., Stanton S. Kaplan, Hubert R. Lindsey, Mary E. Lupo, Gerald Mager, James W. Midelis, John A. Miller, Robert H. Newman, Jerry Pollock, and George A. Shahood.
Review Board Five (Judge David A. Monaco, chair, (386) 947-1514): Carven carv·en
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Born in Munfordsville, Kentucky, Harris attended the common schools. He studied law. He was admitted to the bar. , Charles M. Holcomb, William C. Johnson, Jr., Robert P. Kaye, Thomas R. Kirkland, Robert E. Lee, Jr., Jere E. Lober, Jeffords D. Miller, C. Vernon Mize, Jr., Victor J. Musleh, Robert J. Pleus, Jr., Rom W. Powell, Charles N. Prather, William T. Swigert, Emerson R. Thompson, Richard O. Watson, and Richard G. Weinberg.