They handpick judicial candidates for appointing parties to consider when vacancies on the bench arise, but when a judicial nominating commission member wants a shot at judgeship, the the situation raises questions about the group’s impartiality.Neera Bahl, director and appellate division Judge at Georgia State Board of Workers’ Compensation. (Courtesy photo)
But former Judicial Nominating Commission for the State of Georgia member Neera Bahl said she knows for certain that the commission acts with integrity, giving no preferential treatment to former members.
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