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Hon. Denise S. Hartsfield

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Phone: (336) ***-****  HQ Phone
Forsyth County Bar Association
101 N. Cherry Street Suite 720
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27101
United States

Company Description: Forsyth County Bar Association-21st Judicial District Bar for attorneys in Forsyth County, NC. Lnks to legal and Court House resources. Groups for Women Attorneys,...   more

Employment History

  • Judge


  • Wake Forest University School of Law
  • bachelor of arts degree
    Spelman College
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Officers & Executive Committee - Forsyth County Bar Association, 1 Jan 2013 [cached]
Judge Denise Hartsfield, President, FCBA, 21st JDB
Slated speakers for the breakfast are ..., 15 Jan 2014 [cached]
Slated speakers for the breakfast are Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian Burke, District Court Judge Denise Hartsfield, Rev. Donald Jenkins of St. Paul UMC, Mayor Allen Joines, Wake Forest Health's Cheryl Locke, Rev. Dr. Sir Walter Mack and State Sen.
The state Supreme Court ruled Friday ..., 9 Mar 2012 [cached]
The state Supreme Court ruled Friday against Winston-Salem-based Judge Denise Hartsfield.
The high court said Hartsfield disposed of at least 82 traffic tickets outside the legal process. The Supreme Court says it's likely the number is much higher since Hartsfield has been a judge for nine years and made it a habit despite apparently knowing that was improper.
State Bureau of Investigation agents described one case in which a man who knew Hartsfield because she shopped at the drug store where he worked avoided paying a ticket charging him with driving nearly 30 miles an hour over the 65 mph speed limit.
Thirty-three of the agency's young ..., 19 Sept 2013 [cached]
Thirty-three of the agency's young clients are required to come before District Court Judge Denise Hartsfield every other week as part of their treatment.
Hartsfield said that the 33 in her court, almost all boys, are marijuana users. Though not addicted, she said they have a hard time staying off the drug. Hartsfield believes today's teens have a different perception of marijuana than previous generations.
"This generation believes that marijuana is not illegal for whatever reason; it's generational," she said. "They come from neighborhoods and homes where marijuana is an everyday thing."
Hartsfield said many times the teens see their parents and siblings use it or they see others use it on social media. She added because musicians like Lil' Wayne, Snoop Lion (formerly Snoop Dogg) and T.I. sing about it, smoking weed is a sort of status symbol to young people.
But Hartsfield said marijuana can be very serious business that can lead to a possession, minor distribution (if the drug is given to friends) and/or drug paraphernalia charges.
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During the discussion, District Court ..., 13 Nov 2013 [cached]
During the discussion, District Court Judge Denise Hartsfield, Legal Aid of North Carolina's Hazel Mack, Emmanuel Baptist Church Pastor Dr. John Mendez, WSSU Professor Shawn Ricks and Bernetta Thigpen, Northern Piedmont Region director for the NC Council for Women, debated the causes and aggravating factors of domestic violence in the black community, and offered suggestions on how community members could tackle the issue more effectively going forward.
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