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Background Information

Employment History

District Judge

Take Back


Judge

StreetSafe Driving Academy


Contributor

WWAY


Special Judge

Superior Court


Affiliations

Southport-Oak Island Area Chamber of Commerce

Member


Boys

Board Member


Communities

Trustee


North Carolina Coastal Land Trust

Board Member


Coastal Land Trust

Board Member


Charter Day School

Ninth Member of Board of Trustees


Education

North Carolina Central University's Law School


Juris Doctorate

North Carolina Central University


Juris Doctorate

North Carolina Central University School of Law


bachelor's degree

Fayetteville State University


degree

Business Administration

Fayetteville State University


law degree

NC Central University


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Take Back Our Republic Board Members - Take Back Our Republic

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JUDGE OLA LEWIS
Judge Lewis made news by switching to the Republican Party as a judge. She recently felt the full blunt of huge dark money when she ran for State Supreme Court. Judge Ola was elected as the youngest District Court Judge, and first African-­American in Brunswick County, North Carolina. She created five Specialty Courts (drug treatment, a true night court, mental health therapeutic, DWI therapeutic, sex offender accountability and rehabilitation court).


Take Back Our Republic Press Releases Archives - Page 3 of 4 - Take Back Our Republic

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District judge Ola Lewis calls for campaign finance reform in North Carolina
May 14, 2015 @ 1:23 pm by admin in Press Releases Comments are off for this post. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: press@takeback.org Southport, North Carolina (May 13, 2015) _ National non-profit Take Back Our Republic (TBOR) announced Thursday the selection of District 13 B Superior Court Judge Ola Lewis as the state coordinator for the foundation_s North Carolina efforts (www.takeback.org/groups/view/North-Carolina-state-coalition). Above all, the group pledges to promote non-partisan solutions to issues plaguing America_s campaign finance system, by pushing to restore power to the hands of voters. Lewis, the youngest and first female African-American judge in Brunswick County, has made the pursuit of justice her life_s work, which is why she was eager to join TBOR_s cause. _I strongly [...]


Take Back Our Republic Press Releases Archives - Page 2 of 4 - Take Back Our Republic

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District judge Ola Lewis calls for campaign finance reform in North Carolina
May 14, 2015 @ 1:23 pm by admin in Press Releases Comments are off for this post. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: press@takeback.org Southport, North Carolina (May 13, 2015) _ National non-profit Take Back Our Republic (TBOR) announced Thursday the selection of District 13 B Superior Court Judge Ola Lewis as the state coordinator for the foundation_s North Carolina efforts (www.takeback.org/groups/view/North-Carolina-state-coalition). Above all, the group pledges to promote non-partisan solutions to issues plaguing America_s campaign finance system, by pushing to restore power to the hands of voters. Lewis, the youngest and first female African-American judge in Brunswick County, has made the pursuit of justice her life_s work, which is why she was eager to join TBOR_s cause. _I strongly [...]


Watch and listen:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8H8J4fPXV1s Chief justice candidates take spotlight at Charlotte forum By: Heath Hamacher October 2, 2014 A Wednesday night candidate forum highlighted the sometimes subtle, sometimes overt tensions between current Chief Justice Mark Martin and Judge Ola Lewis, a superior court judge in Brunswick County who is vying for Martin’s seat.
A Wednesday night candidate forum highlighted the sometimes subtle, sometimes overt tensions between current Chief Justice Mark Martin and Judge Ola Lewis, a superior court judge in Brunswick County who is vying for Martin’s seat. During times when Martin or Lewis had the floor, the opposing candidate often appeared incredulous. Lewis often smiled and shook her head. In referencing research done by Lawyers Weekly, she noted the number of decisionsâ€"or lack thereofâ€"handed down by the Supreme Court and said it needs to start doing what it is duty-bound to doâ€"write more and work as hard as the lower courts. In a phone interview Thursday, Lewis said she was skeptical. “I just believe that in corporate America when folks stick and stay but there’s no productivity, they get rid of the CEO, and it’s time for new leadership at the superior court and a fresh perspective,â€� she said. Lewis spoke of her time as an assistant district attorney, hearing cases from misdemeanors to death penalty sentencing phases. She spoke of being a litigant in her libel lawsuit against a man who accused her on Facebook of violating judicial codes of conduct and of her brother, who is currently serving a lengthy prison sentence for felony crimes. Lewis proclaimed she is “unbought and unbossedâ€� and praised the election process. The question of whether the court system is appropriately funded was posed to only Chief Justice candidates Martin and Lewis. Lewis said she is used to doing more with less. “We can bring cutting-edge justice on a shoestring budget,â€� she said.



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