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Judge Michael L. Karpf

Wrong Judge Michael L. Karpf?

Superior Court Judge

Local Address: Savannah, Georgia, United States
 
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This distinct separation of cases was ...
districtattorney.chathamcounty.org, 9 June 2014 [cached]
This distinct separation of cases was devised and put into place by Chief Superior Court Judge Michael Karpf.
Board of Directors
www.workmenscirclecu.com, 10 Dec 2013 [cached]
Judge Michael L. Karpf
Posts of Feb.9: Hearing on Georgia's Death Penalty
www.gfadp.org, 30 Jan 2013 [cached]
In an order signed Friday, Chatham County Superior Court Judge Michael Karpf directed the DNA evidence be sent to the GBI crime lab in Savannah for evaluation. The order was signed after attorneys for condemned inmate Roy Willard Blankenship told Karpf the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles wanted to determine if the evidence is still suitable for testing.
The Georgia Court of Appeals ...
georgia.anglican.org, 1 Sept 2010 [cached]
The Georgia Court of Appeals in Atlanta had unanimously affirmed Judge Michael L. Karpf's October 27, 2009 ruling in favor of the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia. Both the superior and appeals court ruled that when Christ Church joined The Episcopal Church, it accepted the existence of an implied trust over the church buildings. Christ Church re-affirmed its amendment to become a member of the Diocese of Georgia in 1918 and 1981 - two years after the national church put the implied trust over parish real estate into writing with a special church law canon.
"How can the defendants dispute the existence and efficacy of the (Trust Canon) when they publicly acknowledged their adherence to all canons of the national church after the (Trust Canon) was enacted? wrote Superior Court Judge Michael Karpf in his ruling.
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Judge Karpf's 21 page ruling in favor of the Episcopal Church held that Christ Church Episcopal was entitled to immediate posession of of all church property. The breakaway congregation subsequently appealed that decision. In affirming Judge Karpf's decision on all counts, the Court of Appeals noted Christ Church's longstanding affiliation with the Episcopal Church, including its leadership in forming the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia in 1823.
Chatham County Chief Judge Michael ...
savannahnow.com, 29 May 2014 [cached]
Chatham County Chief Judge Michael Karpf deferred sentencing until a later date.
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