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JUDGE ROSS NOMINATED TO SECOND TERM

Sept. 26, 2001 – Territorial Court Judge Edgar D. Ross has been nominated to a second six-year term by Gov. Charles W. Turnbull.
Ross has served in several government positions during his legal career. He was Attorney General during the administration of Gov. Cyril E. King. He served as General Counsel of the Territorial Court, U.S. District Court Clerk/Magistrate, and Senior Sitting Judge of the Territorial Court. He was an elected member of the 20th Legislature. A Frederiksted native, Ross holds a law degree from Howard University School of Law.
Ross's term of office ends October 9, 2001. In transmitting the nomination to the Legislature, Turnbull said, "Your prompt confirmation will allow the Court to continue to meet its busy agenda without interruption."

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