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Judicial elections have consequences, too 

By Troy Shelton  There’s no shortage of debate, among lawyers at least, about whether to continue electing judges. But no less important is what judicial elections mean for the nature of judging.    In North Carolina, we’ve been electing our judges since Reconstruction. The argument for election isn’t hard to follow. People want to pick the judges they ...

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