Candidates interviewed for St. Joseph judgeship

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The St. Joseph Superior Court Judicial Nominating Committee interviewed 15 candidates today to fill a vacancy on St. Joseph Superior Court. The vacancy will be created when Judge William T. Means retires at the end of this month.

The interviews began at 8:30 a.m. and took place in the St. Joseph County Commissioners Conference Room in South Bend. At the end of the interviews, the commission, which is chaired by Indiana Supreme Court Justice Frank Sullivan Jr., will deliberate in executive session and then reconvene for a public vote on which nominees should be submitted to the governor for appointment to the judgeship.


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