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Neil Stauffer will run for District Attorney

 

Neil Stauffer for District AttorneyClarksville, TN – On Monday, May 17th, 2021 Republican Neil Stauffer, the current Assistant City Attorney for the City of Clarksville, announced his candidacy for District Attorney of the 19th Judicial District, which includes Montgomery County and Robertson County.

Neil has dedicated his life to protecting and serving our communities. As a Soldier, Neil served on active duty for eight years in the United States Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps (JAG) where he prosecuted criminal cases and advised Commanders on a variety of legal issues.

Neil Stauffer

Neil Stauffer

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Clarksville Municipal Court to resume in-person on March 16th

 

City of ClarksvilleClarksville, TN – Clarksville Municipal Court will return to in-person judicial proceedings on March 16th, 2021 in line with an updated order by the Tennessee Supreme Court.

On February 12th, Chief Justice Jeff Bivins revised the previously imposed state of emergency for the judicial branch and lifted the suspension of most in-person proceedings beginning on various dates in March.

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Circuit Court Judge 19th Judicial District Part III candidate Merriel Bullock-Neal gave a speech at 108th annual Lone Oak Picnic

 

Election 2016Cunningham, TN – On Saturday, July 30th, 2016 Merriel Bullock-Neal, candidate for the Circuit Court Judge 19th Judicial District Part III, talked to those in attendance at the 108th annual Lone Oak Picnic put on by the Central Civitan Club.

“I have a bachelor degree from Howard University in Washington D.C. I also have a masters in special education from Howard University. I have taught 5 years in the public school system. So I know what it’s like to be a classroom teacher, be involved with youth, be involved with families and so forth,” Bullock-Neal said.

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Circuit Court Judge 19th Judicial District Part III candidate Ted Crozier Jr. spoke at 108th annual Lone Oak Picnic

 

Election 2016Cunningham, TN – On Saturday, July 30th, 2016 Circuit Court Judge 19th Judicial District Part III candidate Ted Crozier Jr. talked at the 108th annual Lone Oak Picnic put on by the Central Civitan Club.

“As a judicial candidate, I can’t tell you what I would do in a case. All I can tell you is my background, my experience and my family. I am retired military. I went to the United States Military Academy. Spent 20 years in the military and then retired from there,” said Crozier Jr.

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Circuit Court Judge Jill Bartee Ayers addressed the crowd at 108th annual Lone Oak Picnic

 

Election 2016Cunningham, TN – On Saturday, July 30th, 2016 19th Judicial District Part IV Circuit Court Judge Jill Bartee Ayers spoke at the 108th annual Lone Oak Picnic put on by the Central Civitan Club.

“Division IV is hearing primarily criminal cases. We had a huge backlog when I took the bench. Been working hard since then just to get cases handled and trying to open up as many days as possible for hearings and trials,” said Ayers.

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Tennessee State Representative Curtis Johnson announces Montgomery County, Robertson County Judicial District to receive funding for additional judge in State’s annual Budget

 

Tennessee State Representative - District 68Nashville, TN – Speaker Pro Tempore Curtis Johnson (R-Clarksville) announced today that a local circuit court judge will be added in the 19th Judicial District, which encompasses Montgomery County and Robertson County. The funding for the additional judge will be included in Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam’s annual budget, unveiled today.

“I sincerely appreciate the Governor recognizing the need for an additional judge in our region,” said Johnson. “The 19th Judicial District has the heaviest caseload in relation to the amount of judges we currently have, and this position is an important factor in ensuring the process is efficient and effective. I am proud to have worked with Governor Haslam on this issue.”

Tennessee State Representative Curtis Johnson

Tennessee State Representative Curtis Johnson

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