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Governor’s Statement on the Confirmation of Judge James T. Vaughn, Jr. as Delaware Supreme Court Justice

Former Governor Jack Markell (2009-2017) | News | Office of the Governor | Date Posted: Wednesday, October 8, 2014



Dover, DE – The Delaware Senate today unanimously confirmed the nomination of Judge James T. Vaughn, Jr. to serve as a Justice on the Delaware Supreme Court, replacing Justice Carolyn Berger, who retired on September 1. The Governor issued this statement following the confirmation:

“Justice Vaughn is an accomplished and well-respected jurist whose integrity and commitment to justice are second to none. I believe he will make an outstanding addition to the Supreme Court, and I thank the members of the Senate for their consideration and swift confirmation of his nomination.”

 

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Governor’s Statement on the Confirmation of Judge James T. Vaughn, Jr. as Delaware Supreme Court Justice

Former Governor Jack Markell (2009-2017) | News | Office of the Governor | Date Posted: Wednesday, October 8, 2014



Dover, DE – The Delaware Senate today unanimously confirmed the nomination of Judge James T. Vaughn, Jr. to serve as a Justice on the Delaware Supreme Court, replacing Justice Carolyn Berger, who retired on September 1. The Governor issued this statement following the confirmation:

“Justice Vaughn is an accomplished and well-respected jurist whose integrity and commitment to justice are second to none. I believe he will make an outstanding addition to the Supreme Court, and I thank the members of the Senate for their consideration and swift confirmation of his nomination.”

 

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