Nominations of Anna Blackburne-Rigsby, Thomas Motley, and John Mott: Hearing Before the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Sixth Congress, Second Session, on Nominations of Anne Blackburne-Rigsby, Thomas Motley, and John Mott, to be Associate Judges of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, May 10, 2000
U.S. Government Printing Office, 2000 - 93 pages
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Page 61 - Supplemental questions concerning specific statutory qualifications for service as a judge in the courts of the District of Columbia pursuant to the District of Columbia Court Reform and Criminal Procedure Act of 1970, DC Code Section II ISO 1 (b), as amended.
Page 16 - Legal career. (a) Describe chronologically your law practice and experience after graduation from law school, including: (1) Whether you served as a law clerk to a judge, and if so, the name of the judge, the court, and the dates of your clerkship...
Page 33 - District of Columbia Court Reform and Criminal Procedure Act of 1970, DC Code Section 1 1 - 150 1 (b), as amended.
Page 74 - Identify the party/parties you represented and describe in detail the nature of your participation in the litigation and the final disposition of the case. Also state as to each case, (a) the date of representation; (b) the court and the name of the judge or judges before...
Page 14 - Please indicate whether any of these organizations formerly discriminated or currently discriminates on the basis of race, sex, or religion - either through formal membership requirements or the practical implementation of membership policies.
Page 14 - Other memberships. List all memberships and offices currently and formerly held in professional, business, fraternal, scholarly, civic, public, charitable, or other organizations, other than those listed in response to Question...
Page 32 - No. 7. Explain how you will resolve any potential conflicts of interest, including any that may have been disclosed by your responses to the above items. Please provide three (3) copies of any trust or other relevant agreements.
Page 30 - Do not list any proceedings in which you were merely a guardian ad titem or stakeholder Include all proceedings in which you were a party in interest, a material witness, were named as a coconspirator or co-respondent, and list any grand jury investigation in which you appeared as a witness.