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JVAC announces applicants for state Intermediate Court

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission on Thursday released the names of applicants interested in serving on the West Virginia Intermediate Court of Appeals.

The state Legislature approved the creation of the court during this year’s regular legislative session. The court will consist of three judges who will begin serving next July. Gov. Jim Justice will appoint the judges for three separate terms that will go through 2024, 2026 and 2028 respectively.

The applicants:

— John J. Balenovich.
— S. Benjamin Bryant.
— Jim Douglas.
— Robert J. Frank.
— Daniel W. Greear.
— Edward Ryan Kennedy.
— Joseph L. Ludovici.
— Donald A. Nickerson Jr.
— Howard R. Nolen.
— Ronald Reece.
— Jenna L. Robey.
— Deanna Ray Rock.
— James J. Rowe.
— Thomas E. Scarr.
— Mychal Sommer Schulz.
— Debra Scudiere.
— Martin P. Sheehan.
— Mark A. Soria.
— William J. Stevens.
— Christine B. Stump.
— Charles Darren Tallman.
— Harry C. Taylor II.
— Gregory Alan Tucker.
— Crystal L. Walden.
— Keith Bryant Walker.

The commission will conduct interviews over the ensuing weeks.





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