History of the Federal Judiciary


  Biographical Directory of Federal Judges
Number of judges matching the search criteria: 90

Jack, George Whitfield
Jack, Janis Graham
Jackson, Amy Berman
Jackson, Brian Anthony
Jackson, Carol E.
Jackson, Howell Edmunds
Jackson, John George
Jackson, John Jay Jr.
Jackson, Joseph Raymond
Jackson, Ketanji Brown
Jackson, Raymond Alvin
Jackson, Richard Brooke
Jackson, Robert Houghwout
Jackson, Thomas Penfield
Jacobs, Dennis G.
Jacobs, Fred Clinton
James, Charles Pinckney
James, Robert Gillespie
James, William P.
Jameson, William James
Jarvey, John Alfred
Jarvis, James Howard II
Jay, John
Jenkins, Bruce Sterling
Jenkins, James Graham
Jenkins, Martin J.
Jenney, Ralph E.
Jensen, Delwen Lowell
Jertberg, Gilbert H.
Johnsen, Harvey M.
Johnson, Alan Bond
Johnson, Albert Williams
Johnson, Alexander Smith
Johnson, Benjamin
Johnson, Charles Fletcher
Johnson, Frank Minis Jr.
Johnson, George E. Q.
Johnson, Inge Prytz
Johnson, Jed Joseph
Johnson, Joseph Travis
Johnson, Noble Jacob
Johnson, Norma Holloway
Johnson, Samuel D. Jr.
Johnson, Sterling Jr.
Johnson, Thomas
Johnson, Tillman Davis
Johnson, William Jr.
Johnson, William Paul
Johnston, Thomas E.
Johnstone, Edward Huggins
Joiner, Charles Wycliffe
Jolly, E. Grady
Jones, Barbara S.
Jones, C. Darnell II
Jones, Charles Alvin
Jones, Edith Hollan
Jones, James McHall
Jones, James Parker
Jones, John Marvin
Jones, John Bailey
Jones, John E. III
Jones, Lake
Jones, Napoleon A. Jr.
Jones, Nathaniel Raphael
Jones, Okla II
Jones, Paul J.
Jones, Richard A.
Jones, Robert Edward
Jones, Robert Clive
Jones, Shirley Brannock
Jones, Steve CarMichael
Jones, Thomas Goode
Jones, Warren Leroy
Jones, William Giles
Jones, William Blakely
Jones, Woodrow Wilson
Jonker, Robert James
Jordan, Adalberto Jose
Jordan, Daniel Porter III
Jordan, Kent A.
Jordan, Robert Leon
Jorgenson, Cindy K.
Joyce, Matthew M.
Joyner, J. Curtis
Judd, Orrin Grimmell
Judson, Andrew Thompson
Juergens, William George
Julian, Anthony
Junell, Robert A.
Justice, William Wayne

 

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