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Candidates for Wynn’s old seat face off in Greensboro (access required)

The first few candidates for the N.C. Court of Appeals got five minutes to plead their case before members of the N.C. Association of Defense Attorneys in Greensboro Oct. 1. But the candidates for the seat now held by Judge Cressie Thigpen Jr. got only three minutes each. It's not that they're any less important. But it's part of the deal when you're running in a race with 13 other people. And the forum held by the NCADA as part of its fall seminar may have been the first time a judicial candidate asked to be second choice. "If you don't make me first choice, I hope I'll rate No. 2," said Daniel Garner, counsel to the N.C. Commissioner of Banks. "Or No. 3," he added.

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