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A. Lee Chandler

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Archie Lee Chandler
Chief Justice of South Carolina
In office
June 22, 1994 – December 16, 1994
Preceded byDavid W. Harwell
Succeeded byErnest A. Finney, Jr.
Associate Justice of South Carolina
In office
1984 – June 22, 1994
Preceded byC. Bruce Littlejohn
Succeeded byJohn H. Waller
Personal details
BornDecember 16, 1922
Orangeburg, South Carolina, US
DiedJuly 18, 2012 (2012-07-19) (aged 89)
Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, US
Spouse(s)Martha Nell Wilkins
Alma materThe Citadel, George Washington University (A.B.), University of South Carolina School of Law

Archie Lee Chandler was an associate justice of the South Carolina Supreme Court. He attended The Citadel, but had to miss his senior year to join the military during World War II. He settled in Darlington, South Carolina to practice law, and was elected from there to the South Carolina House of Representatives in 1972. In 1976, he was made a trial court judge, a position he held until being elevated to the South Carolina Supreme Court.[1] He was elected to the South Carolina Supreme Court in 1984 and became the chief justice in 1994. His election to be the new chief justice took place on February 23, 1994.[2] He was sworn in on June 22, 1994.[3]

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References

  1. ^ "Memory Hold the Door". University of South Carolina. Retrieved November 23, 2014.
  2. ^ Gaulden, Sid (February 24, 1994). "Chandler will lead high court". Post and Courier. Charleston, South Carolina. pp. 3B.
  3. ^ "Chandler takes oath as S.C. chief justice". News and Courier. June 23, 1994. pp. 2B.


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