21st circuit commission releases demographic, interviewee, meeting information for newly created associate circuit judge position in St. Louis County

26 April 2016


21st circuit commission releases demographic, interviewee, meeting information for newly created associate circuit judge position in St. Louis County

ST. LOUIS – Pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 10.28(d), the Twenty-First Circuit Judicial Commission releases the following information relating to applicants for the newly created associate circuit judge position created by the General Assembly: 34 applicants, 19 women, 16 men, four minorities, 31 non-minorities, 23 presently employed in the private sector and 12 presently employed in the public sector.  The applicants' mean age is 50.

 

The commission announces it will not re-interview applicants who interviewed for both the Judge Ribaudo associate circuit vacancy on January 14, 2016, and the Judge Watkins associate circuit vacancy on February 22, 2016. The commission encourages applicants, who so choose, to send to each commissioner written updates to their applications regarding their qualifications. Pursuant to Rule 10.28(d), the commission announces it will interview the remaining applicants:

 

Michael A. Becker

Amy Bender-Levy

Dennis M. Devereux

Bruce F. Hilton

Mark W. Kiesewetter

Diane M. Monahan

Mary D. Morris

Nicole S. Zellweger

 

 

The commission will meet beginning at 8:45 a.m. May 4, 2016, at the St. Louis County Council Chambers Conference Room, located at 41 South Central, 1st floor, Clayton, Missouri, to conduct public interviews and to select from the entire applicant pool of 34, three nominees for the governor’s consideration. The public is invited to attend and observe the interviews.

 

The members of the Twenty-First Circuit Judicial Commission are: Lisa Van Amburg, chief judge of the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District; Matthew J. Rossiter, Rev. Anthony Witherspoon, Christy Bertelson and Jeffrey D. Sigmund.

 
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Contact: Laura Roy
(314) 539-4300