Interviews to replace Gibbons will be held in Carson City

Interviews for applicants seeking to fill former District Judge Michael Gibbons seat on the Ninth Judicial Court are scheduled for Feb. 24-25 at the Nevada Supreme Court in Carson City.

Thirteen attorneys, mostly from Douglas County and Carson City are applying for the position left vacant by Gibbons, now on Nevada’s first appellate court. Gibbons was honored by the Douglas County Board of Commissioners with a proclamation last week for his long service in Douglas County.

“I started my career here in 1980 in this very courtroom,” the Gardnerville resident said. “I am gratified and overwhelmed by this honor.”

Interviews for district judge will take place in the Nevada Supreme Court courtroom, and are open to the public.

An agenda can be found at the Commission on Judicial Selection website: http://www.nevadajudiciary.us/index.php/judicialselection.

Applicants for the position are: Andrea Rachiele Barraclough, 40, Carson City, Nevada Attorney General’s Office; Evan Bradley Beavers, 59, Minden, Nevada Attorney for Injured Workers; Chris William Davis, 54, Las Vegas, private attorney; Thomas Wayne Gregory, 45, Genoa, Chief Deputy District Attorney Criminal Division; James Rodney Hales, 55, Minden, private attorney; Caren Cafferata Jenkins, 56, Reno, private attorney; Cassandra Girouard Jones, 35, Gardnerville, private attorney.

Mark John Krueger, 45, Carson City, former Carson City assistant district attorney; Derrick Marcelo Lopez, 53, Gardnerville, defense attorney; Douglas Reed Rands, 56, Reno, private attorney; Douglas Verl Ritchie, 47, Minden, Douglas County District Attorney’s Office; Neil Anthony Rombardo, 42, Reno, former Carson City District Attorney; David Francis Sarnowski, 62, Carson City, part-time justice of the peace.

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