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  US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
Chief Judge
 Chief Judge   
Circuit Judge
  Circuit Judge 1  Joan Larsen 0 17 +22.45%
  Circuit Judge 2  Julia Smith Gibbons 0 02 +100.00%
  Circuit Judge 3  Karen Nelson Moore 0 95 +100.00%
  Circuit Judge 4  Chad A. Readler 0 19 +5.05%
  Circuit Judge 5  Raymond M. Kethledge 0 08 +100.00%
  Circuit Judge 6  John B. Nalbandian 0 18 +8.16%
  Circuit Judge 7  Ransey Guy Cole, Jr. 0 95 +100.00%
  Circuit Judge 8  Richard Allen Griffin 0 05 +100.00%
  Circuit Judge 9  Eric E. Murphy 0 19 +6.12%
  Circuit Judge 10  Helene N. White 0 08 +32.63%
  Circuit Judge 11  Amul Roger Thapar 0 17 +8.33%
  Circuit Judge 12  Bernice B. Donald 0 11 +95.92%
  Circuit Judge 13  Eric Lee Clay 0 97 +100.00%
  Circuit Judge 14  Jeffrey S. Sutton 0 03 +11.83%
  Circuit Judge 15  John K. Bush 0 17 +4.08%
  Circuit Judge 16  Jane Branstetter Stranch 0 10 +54.35%


Courts of Appeals DETAILS
Parents > United States > U.S. Supreme Court > U.S. Courts of Appeals  
Websitehttp://www.ca6.uscourts.gov/
Established March 03, 1891
Disbanded Still Active
ContributorTony82
Last ModifiedScottĀ³ April 16, 2008 10:40pm
Description Congress established U.S. circuit courts of appeals for each of the nine
judicial circuits and assigned the sitting judge of the U.S. Circuit Courts
for the Sixth Circuit to sit also on the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the
Sixth Circuit, effective June 16, 1891. The act also authorized an additional
judgeship for the Sixth Circuit's new court.

The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit is a federal court
with appellate jurisdiction over the district courts for the following districts:

* Western and Eastern Districts of Michigan
* Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio
* Western and Eastern Districts of Kentucky
* Western, Middle, and Eastern Districts of Tennessee

5 Seats (1, 5, 8, 10, and 13) have traditionally been reserved for Michigan.
5 Seats (3, 4, 7, 9 and 14) for Ohio.
3 Seats (6, 11, and 15) for Kentucky.
3 Seats (2, 12, and 16) for Tennessee.

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