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List of justices of the Supreme Court of Nevada

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Territorial Supreme Court

Statehood

Following is a list of the Supreme Court of Nevada justices.

Years Seat 1 Seat 2 Seat 3
1864 seats established in 1967 H. O. Beatty[1][2] Cornelius M. Brosnan[1][3] James F. Lewis[1] seats established in 1999
1865
1866
1867
J. Neely Johnson[4]
1868
1869 Bernard C. Whitman[5]
1870
1871 John Garber[6]
1872
1873 Charles H. Belknap[7] Thomas P. Hawley[8]
1874
1875 William H. Beatty Warner Earll[9]
1876
1877 Orville R. Leonard
1878
1879
1880
1881 Charles H. Belknap
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889 Michael A. Murphy
1890
1891 Rensselaer R. Bigelow[10]
1892
1893
1894
1895 M. S. Bonnifield
1896
1897 William A. Massey[11]
1898
1899
1900
1901 Adolphus L. Fitzgerald
1902 Thomas V. Julien[12]
1903 George F. Talbot
1904
1905 Frank H. Norcross
1906
1907 James G. Sweeney
1908
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913 Patrick McCarran
1914
1915 Benjamin W. Coleman[13]
1916
1917 John A. Sanders
1918
1919 Edward A. Ducker[14]
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935 E. J. L. Taber[15]
1936
1937
1938
1939
William Edwin Orr[16][17]
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
Charles Lee Horsey[18]
1946
Edgar Eather[19][20]
1947
Milton B. Badt[21][22]
1948
1949
1950
1951 Charles M. Merrill[23]
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959 Frank McNamee[24][25]
Miles N. Pike[26][27]
1960
1961
Gordon R. Thompson[28]
1962
1963
1964
1965
David Zenoff[29][30]
1966
Jon R. Collins[31]
1967
John C. Mowbray[32] Cameron McV. Batjer[32][33]
1968
1969
1970
1971 Elmer M. Gunderson
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
Noel E. Manoukian[34]
1978
1979
1980
1981 Charles E. Springer
1982 Thomas L. Steffen[35]
1983
1984
1985 C. Clifton Young
1986
1987
1988
1989 Robert E. Rose
1990
1991
1992
1993 Miriam Shearing
1994
1995
1996
1997 A. William Maupin
1998
1999 Deborah Agosti Myron E. Leavitt[36] Nancy A. Becker
2000
2001
2002
2003 Mark Gibbons
2004 Michael L. Douglas[37]
2005 James Hardesty Ron Parraguirre
2006
2007 Michael Cherry Nancy Saitta[38]
2008
2009 Kristina Pickering
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017 Lidia S. Stiglich[39]
2018
2019 Elissa F. Cadish Abbi Silver
2020
2021 Douglas W. Herndon
Years Seat A Seat B Seat C Seat D Seat E Seat F Seat G

Chief justices

The Chief Justice rotates on the Supreme Court of Nevada, almost always to a judge who is in their final two years of their term. Following the expansions of the court in 1967 and 1999, judges began to split what had traditionally been a two-year term between two or three justices, allowing each justice the opportunity to be Chief Justice during their six-year term. For many chief justices, the date of dates of tenure are drawn from the dates of court terms in the Nevada Judicial History Database.

Order (sequential) Order (by first tenure) Chief Justice Began Ended Ref.
— (territorial) George Turner March 27, 1861 August 22, 1864 [40]
1 1 James F. Lewis November 8, 1864 January 7, 1867 [40]
2 2 H. O. Beatty January 7, 1867 November 9, 1868 [41]
3 1 James F. Lewis November 9, 1868 January 6, 1873 [40]
4 3 Bernard C. Whitman January 6, 1873 January 4, 1875 [40][42]
5 4 Thomas P. Hawley January 4, 1875 January 6, 1879 [40][42]
6 5 William H. Beatty January 6, 1879 January 3, 1881 [40][42]
7 6 Orville R. Leonard January 3, 1881 January 1, 1883 [40][42]
8 4 Thomas P. Hawley January 1, 1883 January 5, 1885 [43][42]
9 7 Charles H. Belknap January 5, 1885 January 3, 1887 [44][42]
10 6 Orville R. Leonard January 3, 1887 January 7, 1889 [45][42]
11 4 Thomas P. Hawley January 7, 1889 September 27, 1890 [46][42]
12 8 Rensselaer R. Bigelow December 2, 1890 January 5, 1891 [47][42]
13 7 Charles H. Belknap January 5, 1891 January 2, 1893 [48][42]
14 9 Michael A. Murphy January 2, 1893 January 7, 1895 [49][42]
15 8 Rensselaer R. Bigelow January 7, 1895 January 4, 1897 [50][42]
16 7 Charles H. Belknap January 4, 1897 January 2, 1899 [51][42]
17 10 M. S. Bonnifield January 2, 1899 January 7, 1901 [52][42]
18 11 William A. Massey January 7, 1901 September 1, 1902 [53][42]
19 12 Thomas V. Julien September 15, 1902 January 5, 1903 [54][42]
20 7 Charles H. Belknap January 5, 1903 January 2, 1905 [55][42]
21 13 Adolphus L. Fitzgerald January 2, 1905 January 7, 1907 [56][42]
22 14 George F. Talbot January 7, 1907 January 4, 1909 [57][42]
23 15 Frank H. Norcross January 4, 1909 January 2, 1911 [58][42]
24 16 James G. Sweeney January 2, 1911 January 6, 1913 [59][42]
25 14 George F. Talbot January 6, 1913 January 4, 1915 [60][42]
26 15 Frank H. Norcross January 4, 1915 January 1, 1917 [61][42]
27 17 Patrick McCarran January 1, 1917 January 6, 1919 [62][42]
28 18 Benjamin W. Coleman January 6, 1919 January 3, 1921 [63][42]
29 19 John A. Sanders January 3, 1921 January 2, 1923 [64][42]
30 20 Edward A. Ducker January 2, 1923 January 5, 1925 [65][42]
31 18 Benjamin W. Coleman January 5, 1925 January 3, 1927 [66][42]
32 19 John A. Sanders January 3, 1927 January 4, 1929 [67][42]
33 20 Edward A. Ducker January 4, 1929 January 5, 1931 [68][42]
34 18 Benjamin W. Coleman January 5, 1931 January 2, 1933 [69][42]
35 19 John A. Sanders January 2, 1933 January 7, 1935 [70][42]
36 20 Edward A. Ducker January 7, 1935 January 4, 1937 [71][42]
37 18 Benjamin W. Coleman January 4, 1937 January 2, 1939 [72][42]
38 21 E. J. L. Taber January 2, 1939 January 6, 1941 [73][42]
39 20 Edward A. Ducker January 6, 1941 January 4, 1943 [74][42]
40 22 William Edwin Orr January 4, 1943 January 1, 1945 [75][42]
41 21 E. J. L. Taber January 1, 1945 January 6, 1947 [76][42]
42 23 Edgar Eather January 6, 1947 January 1, 1949 [77][42]
43 24 Charles Lee Horsey January 1, 1949 January 2, 1951 [78]
44 25 Milton B. Badt January 2, 1951 January 6, 1953 [78][42]
45 23 Edgar Eather January 6, 1953 January 4, 1955 [78]
46 26 Charles M. Merrill January 4, 1955 January 8, 1957 [78]
47 25 Milton B. Badt January 8, 1957 October 1, 1959 [78]
48 26 Charles M. Merrill October 1, 1959 October 1, 1959 [79]
49 27 Frank McNamee January 5, 1960 January 3, 1961 [78]
50 25 Milton B. Badt January 3, 1961 January 5, 1965 [78]
51 27 Frank McNamee January 5, 1965 February 17, 1965 [78]
52 28 Gordon R. Thompson February 17, 1965 January 7, 1969 [78]
53 29 Jon R. Collins January 7, 1969 January 5, 1971 [78]
54 30 David Zenoff January 5, 1971 January 2, 1973 [78][42]
55 28 Gordon R. Thompson January 2, 1973 January 7, 1975 [78]
56 31 Elmer M. Gunderson January 7, 1975 January 4, 1977 [78]
57 32 Cameron McV. Batjer January 4, 1977 January 4, 1979 [78]
58 33 John C. Mowbray January 4, 1979 January 3, 1981 [78]
59 31 Elmer M. Gunderson January 3, 1981 January 1, 1983 [78]
60 34 Noel E. Manoukian January 1, 1983 January 7, 1985 [78]
61 35 Charles E. Springer January 7, 1985 January 6, 1986 [78]
62 33 John C. Mowbray January 6, 1986 January 5, 1987 [78]
63 31 Elmer M. Gunderson January 5, 1987 January 2, 1989 [78]
64 36 C. Clifton Young January 2, 1989 January 7, 1991 [78]
65 33 John C. Mowbray January 7, 1991 January 4, 1993 [78]
66 37 Robert E. Rose January 4, 1993 January 3, 1995 [78]
67 38 Thomas L. Steffen January 3, 1995 January 6, 1997 [78]
68 39 Miriam Shearing January 6, 1997 January 5, 1998 [78][42]
69 35 Charles E. Springer January 5, 1998 January 1, 1999 [78]
70 37 Robert E. Rose January 1, 1999 January 2, 2001 [78]
71 40 A. William Maupin January 2, 2001 January 6, 2003 [78]
72 41 Deborah Agosti January 6, 2003 January 5, 2004 [78]
73 39 Miriam Shearing January 5, 2004 January 1, 2005 [78][42]
74 42 Nancy A. Becker January 1, 2005 January 1, 2006 [78]
75 37 Robert E. Rose January 1, 2006 January 2, 2007 [78]
76 40 A. William Maupin January 2, 2007 January 7, 2008 [78]
77 43 Mark Gibbons January 7, 2008 January 2, 2009 [78]
78 44 James Hardesty January 2, 2009 January 4, 2010 [78]
79 45 Ron Parraguirre January 4, 2010 January 3, 2011 [80]
80 46 Michael L. Douglas January 3, 2011 September 5, 2011 [81][42]
81 47 Nancy Saitta September 5, 2011 May 7, 2012 [82]
82 48 Michael Cherry May 7, 2012 January 7, 2013 [82]
83 49 Kristina Pickering January 7, 2013 January 6, 2014 [83]
84 43 Mark Gibbons January 6, 2014 January 5, 2015 [84]
85 44 James Hardesty January 5, 2015 January 4, 2016 [85]
86 45 Ron Parraguirre January 4, 2016 January 2, 2017 [86]
87 48 Michael Cherry January 2, 2017 January 1, 2018 [87]
88 46 Michael L. Douglas January 1, 2018 January 7, 2019 [88]
89 43 Mark Gibbons January 7, 2019 January 6, 2020 [89]
90 49 Kristina Pickering January 6, 2020 January 4, 2021 [90]
91 44 James Hardesty January 4, 2021 present [91]

Notes

  1. ^ a b c Took office (December 5, 1864).
  2. ^ Resigned (November 9, 1868).
  3. ^ Died (April 21, 1867).
  4. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Brosnan's death; subsequently elected.
  5. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Beatty's resignation; subsequently elected.
  6. ^ Resigned (November 7, 1872).
  7. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Garber's resignation.
  8. ^ Resigned (September 27, 1890).
  9. ^ Elected to fill vacancy left by Garber's resignation.
  10. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Beatty's resignation (December 2, 1890); elected to full term (November 4, 1890).
  11. ^ Resigned (September 1, 1902).
  12. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Massey's resignation (September 15, 1902).
  13. ^ Died (February 25, 1939).
  14. ^ Died (August 14, 1946).
  15. ^ Died (February 6, 1947).
  16. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Coleman's death (March 2, 1939); subsequently elected.
  17. ^ Resigned (October 10, 1945).
  18. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Orr's resignation (October 10, 1945); subsequently elected.
  19. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Ducker's death (September 18, 1946); subsequently elected.
  20. ^ Resigned (December 15, 1958).
  21. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Taber's death (March 26, 1947); subsequently elected.
  22. ^ Died (April 2, 1966).
  23. ^ Resigned (October 1, 1959).
  24. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Eather's resignation (December 15, 1958); subsequently elected.
  25. ^ Resigned (February 17, 1965).
  26. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Merrill's resignation (October 1, 1959); subsequently elected.
  27. ^ Resigned (June 5, 1961).
  28. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Pike's resignation (June 5, 1961); subsequently elected.
  29. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by McNamee's resignation (May 1, 1965); subsequently elected.
  30. ^ Resigned (May 2, 1977).
  31. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Badt's death (June 5, 1966); subsequently elected.
  32. ^ a b Appointed to newly established seat (October 1, 1967); subsequently elected.
  33. ^ Resigned (November 4, 1981).
  34. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Zenoff's resignation (May 2, 1977); subsequently elected.
  35. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Batjer's resignation (April 26, 1982); subsequently elected.
  36. ^ Died (January 9, 2004).
  37. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Leavitt's death (April 19, 2004); subsequently elected.
  38. ^ Resigned (August 8, 2016).
  39. ^ Appointed to fill vacancy left by Saitta's resignation (November 10, 2016).
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  45. ^ "Assembly". The Daily Appeal. 1887-01-06.
  46. ^ "The Carson Mint". The Weekly Gazette and Stockman. 1889-09-12.
  47. ^ "The Legal Profession". Reno Gazette-Journal. 1890-12-24.
  48. ^ "Sworn In". The Daily Appeal. 1891-01-06.
  49. ^ "Nevada Legislature". The Daily Appeal. 1893-01-17.
  50. ^ "Brevities". Weekly Nevada State Journal. 1895-01-12.
  51. ^ "The Nevada Legislature". Nevada State Journal. 1897-01-19.
  52. ^ "Official Register". The Daily Appeal. 1899-07-07.
  53. ^ "Around the Corridors". Nevada State Journal. 1901-10-12.
  54. ^ "Local and Otherwise". The Pioche Record. 1902-09-26.
  55. ^ "Governor Sparks". The Daily Appeal. 1903-01-06.
  56. ^ "Assembly". The Daily Appeal. 1905-01-17.
  57. ^ "Justice Sweeney Inducted". The Daily Appeal. 1907-01-07.
  58. ^ "Preston and Smith Case is Heard". The Daily Appeal. 1909-01-08.
  59. ^ "New State Officers Take Official Oath". The Daily Appeal. 1911-01-02.
  60. ^ "New Judge Takes Oath". The Daily Appeal. 1913-01-06.
  61. ^ "Inauguration Attended by Simblest Kind of Ceremony". The Daily Appeal. 1915-01-04.
  62. ^ "All Supreme Court Justices Democratic". The Sacramento Bee. 1917-01-03.
  63. ^ "People and Matters of Interest". The Daily Appeal. 1919-01-11.
  64. ^ "Hon. J. A. Sanders Becomes Chief Justice". The Daily Appeal. 1921-01-03.
  65. ^ "Many are Present at Annual Club Banquet". Yerington Times. 1923-03-28.
  66. ^ "Both Open for Business: Officials Chosen". Reno Gazette-Journal. 1925-01-19.
  67. ^ "Others Take Oath". Reno Gazette-Journal. 1927-01-03.
  68. ^ "News of Carson in Brief Form". Reno Gazette-Journal. 1929-01-10.
  69. ^ "Nevada Officers to Take Oath". Reno Gazette-Journal. 1931-01-03.
  70. ^ "Politics". Reno Gazette-Journal. 1932-12-31.
  71. ^ "State Inaugural Ceremonies Set for Monday". Reno Gazette-Journal. 1935-01-05.
  72. ^ "Coleman Becomes Court Head for 4th Time". Reno Gazette-Journal. 1937-01-04.
  73. ^ "Chief Executive Introduced by Retiring Head of State". Reno Gazette-Journal. 1939-01-03.
  74. ^ "Judge Ducker Chief Justice For 4th Time". Reno Gazette-Journal. 1941-01-04.
  75. ^ "State Officials Take Oaths at Carson Today". Reno Gazette-Journal. 1943-01-04.
  76. ^ "Attache Group is Sworn in by Justice Taber". Nevada State Journal. 1945-01-17.
  77. ^ "Judges Perform 63 Per Cent Of All Marriages in County". Nevada State Journal. 1947-01-05.
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  80. ^ "Pacificare of Nevada, Inc. v. Griffiths". Supreme Court of Nevada. 2010-01-04.
  81. ^ "Rookie governors facing unhappy new year". NBC News. 2011-01-04.
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  87. ^ "Nevada Appellate Courts Change Leadership in 2017". Supreme Court of Nevada. 2016-12-16.
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