June 7 Primary Elections I Support Michael R. “Mike” Morgan For Supreme Court Justice


I have been in the judge presence on several occasions and I like him, therefore with that being said, looking at his profile and other information here, I support and ask you also to support Judge Mike Morgan for Supreme Court Justice. You still got time vote up to June 7, however you can do one stop at your local board of elections offices so don’t wait do it asap. Thank you.

Learn more about Judge Mike on his website @
http://www.judgemichaelmorgan.com/

Profile

The Early Years

  • Born to Barbara and the late Leander R. Morgan in Cherry Point, North Carolina; the oldest of five children
  • Resided in Washington, DC until the age of 6
  • Attended and graduated from New Bern, NC public school system
    ○  As an eight-year-old fifth-grader in 1964, was the first black student to attend all-white Trent Park Elementary School – one of five black students to integrate the New Bern public school system city-wide
    ○  Was the first black drum major of the marching band of New Bern Senior High School, the city’s only high school
  • Education

  • Earned Bachelor of Arts Degree in both History and Sociology from Duke University, Durham, NC in 1976
  • Earned Juris Doctor Degree with honors from North Carolina Central University School of Law, Durham, NC in 1979
    ○  Was student body president during 3rd (senior) year
  • Professional Career

  • 1979 – 1980: Research Assistant, North Carolina Department of Justice
  • 1980: Admitted to the North Carolina State Bar for the practice of law
  • 1980 – 1982: Associate Attorney General, North Carolina Department of Justice
  • 1983 – 1989: Assistant Attorney General, North Carolina Department of Justice
  • 1989 – 1994: Administrative Law Judge, North Carolina Office of Administrative Hearings
    ○  In December 1989, administered oath of office to father, the first and only black to serve as mayor of New Bern, NC (“Swearing in His Dad”, Jet Magazine, February 19, 1990 issue)
  • 1994 – 2004: District Court Judge, Judicial District 10 (Wake County), upon appointment by Governor James B. Hunt, Jr., hearing and resolving legal issues in the areas of criminal, civil, family, juvenile, domestic violence, child support, traffic and involuntary mental health commitment law
    ○  Certified as juvenile law judge in 1995
    ○  Elected in 1996 by the voters of Wake County
    ○  Re-elected in 2000
    ○  Designated “Lead Judge” by Chief District Court Judge in 2001 for Wake County’s juvenile abuse, neglect and dependency court to facilitate its administration and to supervise its Court Improvement Project
  • 2005 – Present: Superior Court Judge, Judicial District 10-B (Wake County), upon election by Wake County voters, hearing and resolving legal issues in the areas of criminal, civil, traffic, involuntary mental health commitment, and administrative law.
  • Professional Memberships and Associations

  • United States Supreme Court Bar
  • United States District Court Bar for the Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of North Carolina
  • North Carolina State Bar
  • Tenth Judicial District Bar
    ○  Board of Directors, 1997 – 1998
    ○  Committees: Endowment Award and Oversight, Nominations, Memorials
  • North Carolina Association of Superior Court Judges
    ○  Education Committee
    ○  Frequent continuing judicial education presenter
  • North Carolina Association of District Court Judges, 1994 – 2004
  • North Carolina Bar Association
  • Wake County Bar Association
    ○  Board of Directors, 1997 – 1998
    ○  Committees: Endowment Award and Oversight, Nominations, Memorials
  • North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers
    ○  Board of Governors, 1992 – 1997
  • Capital City Lawyers Association
    ○  President, 1994
  • Susie Sharp Inn of Court
    ○  President, 2008 – 2009
  • North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission (1999 – 2004, 2008 – 2013, through appointment by Chief Justice of Supreme Court of North Carolina)
  • North Carolina Equal Access to Justice Commission (2014- Present, through appointment by Chief Justice of Supreme Court of North Carolina)
  • Chief Justice’s Media and the Courts Commission (2000 – Present, through appointment by Chief Justice of Supreme Court of North Carolina)
  • Racial and Ethnic Bias Consortium representative for North Carolina (through appointment by Chief Justice of Supreme Court of North Carolina)
  • North Carolina Central University School of Law Alumni Association
    ○  National President, 1991 – 1992
    ○  National Vice-President, 1990 – 1991
    ○  Board of Directors, 1989 – 1990
  • The National Judicial College, Reno, Nevada
    ○  Visiting faculty member since 1993
    ○  “Lead faculty” designation bestowed in 2000
    ○  Faculty Council, 2006 – 2008
    ○  “Hall of Honor” inductee, 2008
    ○  V. Robert Payant Award for Teaching Excellence recipient, 2014 (emblematic of National Faculty Member of the Year)
  • Adjunct professor, North Carolina Central University School of Law (1998 and 1999)
  • Frequent presenter at continuing judicial education and continuing legal education programs, seminars and workshops
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    One thought on “June 7 Primary Elections I Support Michael R. “Mike” Morgan For Supreme Court Justice

    1. I agree he is the best choice!!!

      On Saturday, May 28, 2016, Dancy Communications Network wrote:

      > Curmilus Dancy 2 (Butch) posted: “I have been in the judge presence on > several occasions and I like him, therefore with that being said, looking > at his profile and other information here, I support and ask you also to > support Judge Mike Morgan for Supreme Court Justice. You still got time” >

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