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Governor’s Statement on Confirmations of Superior and Family Court Nominees

The Delaware Senate confirmed the nomination of Abigail Legrow to serve as Judge on the Superior court, filling the vacancy that was created by the retirement of the Honorable Fred S. Silverman as well as Kim DeBonte to serve as Commissioner of the Delaware Family Court, filling the vacancy that was created as a result of the retirement of the Honorable Pamela Holloway.




Governor Markell Announces Judicial Nominations for Superior and Family Court

Governor Markell announced he will nominate Abigail Myers Legrow, who serves as a Master in the Court of Chancery, to become a Judge of the Superior Court.




Drug Diversion Court’s Twenty Years of Success Recognized at Graduation Ceremony

Having built a record of turning around the lives of Delawareans with substance abuse issues, the New Castle County Superior Court’s Drug Diversion Court graduated its newest class at the New Castle County Courthouse where Governor Jack Markell and Senator Tom Carper lauded the Court’s achievements over twenty years.




Statement of Governor Jack Markell Regarding the Retirement of Chief Justice Myron T. Steele

Governor Markell issues a statement regarding the retirement of Chief Justice Myron T. Steele.







 Pages Tagged With: "SuperiorCourt"

Governor’s Statement on Confirmations of Superior and Family Court Nominees

The Delaware Senate confirmed the nomination of Abigail Legrow to serve as Judge on the Superior court, filling the vacancy that was created by the retirement of the Honorable Fred S. Silverman as well as Kim DeBonte to serve as Commissioner of the Delaware Family Court, filling the vacancy that was created as a result of the retirement of the Honorable Pamela Holloway.




Governor Markell Announces Judicial Nominations for Superior and Family Court

Governor Markell announced he will nominate Abigail Myers Legrow, who serves as a Master in the Court of Chancery, to become a Judge of the Superior Court.




Drug Diversion Court’s Twenty Years of Success Recognized at Graduation Ceremony

Having built a record of turning around the lives of Delawareans with substance abuse issues, the New Castle County Superior Court’s Drug Diversion Court graduated its newest class at the New Castle County Courthouse where Governor Jack Markell and Senator Tom Carper lauded the Court’s achievements over twenty years.




Statement of Governor Jack Markell Regarding the Retirement of Chief Justice Myron T. Steele

Governor Markell issues a statement regarding the retirement of Chief Justice Myron T. Steele.