Hearing to Determine Juvenile Court Vacancy

By 
Scott Stewart
The Daily Record

The Judicial Resources Commission will hold a public hearing Sept. 10 to determine whether a judicial vacancy exists in the Douglas County Juvenile Court.

The meeting follows the retirement of Judge Douglas F. Johnson of the Separate Juvenile Court of Douglas County.

The Judicial Resources Commission meeting will begin at 1 p.m. in Room 1510 of the State Capitol Building in Lincoln.

Videoconferencing will be offered from the Omaha Downtown Vocational Rehabilitation Office, 1313 Farnam St. in Omaha. The public can also watch the meeting in North Platte, McCook and Hastings. Videoconferencing sites are not available for public testimony.

Anyone who wishes to present oral testimony may attend the hearing. Written testimony or other pertinent information can be submitted to the commission – no later than Sept. 3 – by emailing Dawn.Mussmann@nebraska.gov.

The commission is chaired by Judge Stephanie F. Stacy. Its members are Stephen Bader of Bellevue, Robert J. Parker of Hastings, Charles E. Conrad of Hastings, Brian Phares of North Platte, William Dittrick of Omaha, John E. Samson of Blair, Timothy R. Engler of Lincoln, Lori Scherer of Beemer, Michael J. McCarthy of North Platte, Robert Slovek of Omaha, Christopher Nielsen of Omaha, Darlene Starman of Lincoln, Robert B. O’Neal of Papillion, Jacqueline Tessendorf of Columbus and Anne M. Paine of McCook.

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