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October 12, 2020
CONTACT: Manuel Farach, Chair, [email protected]
19th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission
TELEPHONE: (954) 356-2528

As the result of the resignation of Indian River County Judge David Morgan, the 19th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission hereby gives notice of the following applicants for nomination for appointment to Judge Morgan’s seat and the times of their interviews to be held by ZOOM as listed below. All interested in attending, please note the following:

The interviews are presently scheduled to be conducted on Oct. 13, 2020, commencing at 11 a.m. in the following order at the following address:

Time            Applicant

11 a.m.        Jeffrey Battista
11:30            James Harpring
12 p.m.        Lunch Break
12:30           Paige Colton
1:00             Elise Kearney
1:30             Kiernan Moylan
2:00            Robyn Stone
2:30            Rebecca White
3:00            Deliberations (not open to the public)

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Only commissioners will be permitted to ask questions. Attendance by the public is welcomed and invited but disruption of the interview process will not be tolerated. Any questions about the interview, please contact the chair of the commission at the following: Manuel Farach,

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