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  Furches, David M.
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NameDavid M. Furches
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, North Carolina , United States
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Nov 21, 2006 06:04pm
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InfoAssociate Justice, Supreme Court (R-NC) 1895-1901. In 1900, the supreme court declared some laws unconstitutional which had been passed by the legislature with its new white supremacist majority.

Chief Justice (R-NC) 1901-1903. Furches was appointed Chief Justice to replace William T. Faircloth, who had resigned. In 1901, the state house impeached Furches for ruling against white supremacist acts. A majority of the state senate voted for removal, but the Democrats could not muster the 2/3 necessary for removal.

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