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Judge Bernice Bouie Donald’s Confirmation to the Sixth Circuit Again Held Over

On May 5, 2011, a vote on Judge Bouie Donald’s confirmation to a seat on Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals was held over — again — because a quorum of the Senate Judiciary Committee was not present. Judge Donald, who currently sits as a district court judge on the U.S. District Court for the Western District of … Continue Reading

Confirmation Hearing Held for Sixth Circuit Judicial Candidate Bernice Bouie Donald

On Wednesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee considered the nomination of Judge Bernice Bouie Donald to fill the vacancy created on the Sixth Circuit when Judge Ronald Lee Gilman took senior status.  Judge Donald currently sits as a district court judge on the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Tennessee, to which she was appointed in 1995 … Continue Reading

Senate Judiciary Committee Scheduled on Wednesday to Consider Nomination of Judge Bernice Bouie Donald to Replace Retiring Judge Gilman

On Wednesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to hold a hearing to consider the nomination of Judge Bernice Bouie Donald to replace retiring Judge Ronald Lee Gilman on the Sixth Circuit. President Obama originally nominated Judge Donald on December 1, 2010, but the Senate Judiciary Committee was unable to conduct a hearing on Judge … Continue Reading

Judge Bernice Bouie Donald Nominated for Sixth Circuit

On December 1, 2010, President Obama nominated Judge Bernice Bouie Donald to replace retiring Judge Ronald Lee Gilman on the Sixth Circuit.  Judge Donald currently sits as a district court judge on the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Tennessee, to which she was appointed in 1995 by President Clinton. In announcing the … Continue Reading
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