Overstreet appointed to administrative judge post

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The Augusta-Richmond County Judicial Circuit’s chief judge has been elected to a two-year term as the administrative judge of the Tenth Judicial Administrative District.

As administrative judge, Superior Court Judge Carlisle Overstreet will guide the regional court administration program with direction from its council. Some of the administrative judge’s tasks include assigning judges within the district to settle election contents, district budget management and overseeing long range planning for the six judicial circuits that make up the district.

Overstreet’s term begins July 1.

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dichotomy 05/04/12 - 01:49 pm
Headline says

Headline says appointed.......article says elected.....hey, what's the diff. Either way, BY WHO? By us, by other judges, by the almighty? Come on AC get the story staight and try throwing in a few relavent facts.

PhiloPublius 05/04/12 - 03:34 pm
More importantly, how did he

More importantly, how did he get voted in? Was he running unopposed?


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