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List of justices of the Alabama Supreme Court

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Following is a list of justices of the Supreme Court of Alabama.[1]

Current justices

Justice Year service began Next election Party affiliation Law school
Michael F. Bolin
2005
2022
Republican Cumberland School of Law
Tom Parker
2005
Chief Justice from 2019
2024
Republican Vanderbilt University School of Law
Greg Shaw
2009
2020
Republican Cumberland School of Law
University of Virginia School of Law
Alisa Kelli Wise
2011
2022
Republican Thomas Goode Jones School of Law
Tommy Bryan
2013
2024
Republican Thomas Goode Jones School of Law
Will Sellers
2017
2024
Republican University of Alabama School of Law
New York University
Brady E. Mendheim Jr.
2018
2020
Republican Cumberland School of Law
Jay Mitchell
2019
2024
Republican University of Virginia School of Law
Sarah Hicks Stewart
2019
2024
Republican Vanderbilt University School of Law

Chief justices

Judge Began active
service
Ended active
service
Clement Comer Clay 1820 1823
Abner Smith Lipscomb 1823 1834
Reuben Saffold 1834 1836
Henry Hitchcock 1836 1837
Arthur F. Hopkins 1837 1837
Henry W. Collier 1837 1849
Edmund Strother Dargan 1849 1852
William Parish Chilton 1852 1856
George Goldthwaite 1856 1856
Samuel F. Rice 1856 1859
Abram Joseph Walker 1859 1868
E. Woolsey Peck 1868 1873
Thomas Minott Peters 1873 1874
Robert C. Brickell 1874
1894
1884
1898
George W. Stone 1884 1894
Thomas N. McClellan 1898 1906
Samuel D. Weakley 1906 1907
John R. Tyson 1906 1909
James R. Dowdell 1909 1914
John C. Anderson 1914 1940
Lucien D. Gardner 1940 1951
J. Ed Livingston 1951 1971
Howell T. Heflin 1971 1977
C. C. Torbert Jr. 1977 1989
Ernest C. Hornsby 1989 1995
Perry O. Hooper Sr. 1995 2001
Roy Moore 2001
2013
2003[2]
2016[3]
Drayton Nabers Jr. 2004 2007[4]
Sue Bell Cobb 2007 2011
Charles R. Malone 2011 2013[5]
Lyn Stuart 2016 2019
Tom Parker 2019 present

Associate justices

Judge Began active
service
Ended active
service
Henry Y. Webb 1820 1823
Abner Smith Lipscomb 1820 1823
Richard Ellis 1820 1831
Reuben Saffold 1820 1834
Anderson Crenshaw 1821 1831
John Gayle 1823 1828
Henry Minor 1823 1831
John White 1825 1831
John M. Taylor 1825 1834
Sion L. Perry 1828 1832
Henry W. Collier 1828
1836
1831
1837
Harry I. Thornton 1834 1836
Henry Hitchcock 1834 1836
Arthur F. Hopkins 1836 1837
John J. Ormond 1837 1847
Henry Goldthwaite 1837 1847
Clement Comer Clay 1843 1843
Edmund Strother Dargan 1847 1849
William Parish Chilton 1847 1852
Silas Parsons 1849 1851
Daniel Coleman 1851 1851
David G. Ligon 1851 1854
George Goldthwaite 1851 1856
Lyman Gibbons 1852 1854
John D. Phelan 1852
1864
1854
1866
Samuel F. Rice 1853 1856
Richard Wilde Walker 1856 1866
Abram Joseph Walker 1856 1859
George W. Stone 1856
1876
1864
1884
William M. Byrd 1863 1867
Thomas J. Judge 1863
1874
1867
1876
Thomas M. Peters 1868 1873
Benjamin F. Saffold 1868 1874
Robert C. Brickell 1873 1874
Amos R. Manning 1874 1880
Henderson M. Somerville 1880 1890
Jonathan Haralson 1882 1906
David Clopton 1884 1892
Thomas N. McClellan 1889 1898
Thomas W. Coleman 1890 1898
Richard Wilde Walker Jr. 1891 1892
W. S. Thorington 1892 1892
James B. Head 1892 1898
Henry A. Sharpe 1898 1904
John R. Tyson 1898 1906
James R. Dowdell 1898 1909
N. D. Denson 1904 1909
R. T. Simpson 1904 1912
John C. Anderson 1904 1914
Thomas C. McClellan 1906 1923
J. J. Mayfield 1908 1920
A. A. Evans 1909 1910
Anthony D. Sayre 1909 1931
Ormond Somerville (I) 1911 1928
Edward deGraffenried 1912 1914
Lucien D. Gardner 1914 1940
William H. Thomas 1914 1945
B. M. Miller 1920 1927
Joel B. Brown 1920
1927
1921
1953
Virgil Bouldin 1923 1944
Arthur B. Foster 1928 1953
Thomas E. Knight Sr. 1931 1942
J. Ed Livingston 1940 1951
Thomas S. Lawson 1942 1972
Davis F. Stakely 1943
1946
1945
1962
Robert Tennent Simpson Jr. 1944 1972
John L. Goodwyn 1951 1968
Preston C. Clayton 1953 1954
Pelham J. Merrill 1953 1976
James J. Mayfield 1954 1956
Norman T. Spann 1956 1957
James S. Coleman 1957 1975
Robert B. Harwood 1962 1975
John P. Kohn 1968 1968
James N. Bloodworth 1968 1980
Daniel T. McCall Jr. 1969 1975
Alva Hugh Maddox 1969 2001
Ormond Somerville (II) 1972 1972
Richard L. Jones 1972 1991
James H. Faulkner 1973 1986
T. Eric Embry 1975 1985
Janie L. Shores 1975 1999
Reneau P. Almon 1975 1999
Samuel A. Beatty 1976 1989
Oscar W. Adams Jr. 1980 1993
J. Gorman Houston Jr. 1985 2005
Henry B. Steagall II 1986 1995
Mark Kennedy 1989 1999
Kenneth F. Ingram 1991 1997
Ralph Cook 1993 2001
Terry L. Butts 1995 1998
Harold See 1997 2008
Champ Lyons 1998 2011
Jean Brown 1999 2005
John H. England 1999 2001
Douglas I. Johnstone 1999 2005
R. Bernard Harwood Jr. 2001 2007
Lyn Stuart 2001 2016
Thomas A. Woodall 2001 2012
Patricia M. Smith 2005 2011
Tom Parker 2005 2019
Glenn Murdock 2007 2018
James Allen Main 2011 2019

References

  1. ^ "A history of the Alabama Judicial System" (PDF). Alabama Unified Judicial System. State of Alabama. Archived from the original (PDF) on March 14, 2012. Retrieved February 10, 2012.
  2. ^ Moore was removed from office on November 13. 2003, and Justice J. Gorman Houston Jr. became Acting Chief Justice, Moore was re-elected to the Court in 2012.
  3. ^ On September 30, 2016, Moore was suspended from office due to ethics violations. The decision was upheld by the Alabama Supreme Court in April 2017, whereupon Alabama Governor Kay Ivey appointed Justice Lyn Stuart to fill his seat. Jeremy Gray, "Gov. Kay Ivey appoints Lyn Stuart Alabama Chief Justice," Al.com, accessed May 25, 2017.
  4. ^ Governor Bob Riley appointed Nabers Chief Justice on June 22, 2004, to fill Roy Moore's unexpired term.
  5. ^ Governor Robert J. Bentley appointed Malone on August 1, 2011, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Justice Cobb, defeated for re-nomination 2012.

External links

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