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Comment on Judicial Fitness of Superior Court Judges Anderson, Mitchell-Rankin

January 30, 2024

The D.C. Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure (CJDT) is inviting comments from the bench, bar, and general public on the qualifications of two judges seeking to continue their service on D.C. Superior Court.  

The commission is reviewing the qualifications and fitness of Judge Jennifer Anderson, who is requesting recommendation for initial appointment as a senior judge, and Judge Zinora Mitchell-Rankin, who is seeking reappointment to an additional term as a senior judge upon expiration of her current term on March 23, 2024.

The deadline for comments is February 16. Submit comments by mail to the D.C. Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure, 515 Fifth Street, N.W., Room 246, Washington, D.C. 20001; by email at [email protected]; or through an online survey.

You also may submit information and confidential comments to CJDT Executive Director Cheryl Bozarth at [email protected], Special Counsel Amy Conway-Hatcher at [email protected], or to any individual member of the commission.

The identity of any person submitting comments will be kept confidential unless the commenter authorizes the disclosure of his or her name.

For more information, contact the commission at (202) 727-1363 or visit https://cjdt.dc.gov/page/evaluate-candidates.

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