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  • ELECTION LETTERS

  • In July 2012, I was a member of a jury with Judge Benjamin Bloom as presiding judge. He quietly maintained a calm, respectful courtroom.
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  • In July 2012, I was a member of a jury with Judge Benjamin Bloom as presiding judge. He quietly maintained a calm, respectful courtroom.
    After the trial had ended, Judge Bloom entered the room where the jury sat and personally thanked us for our time and for upholding our civic duty — obviously a matter of great importance to him. Despite a very long day, I had a renewed faith in the principles our nation was founded on. I believe Judge Bloom has a deep commitment to the American justice system. I believe his integrity and belief in a fair trial is patently apparent.
    I believe he is an objective and impartial judge who isn't in a hurry to get the day over with, but one who wants to have the most thoughtful verdict for an individual. Judge Bloom is the epitome of the judge I would want presiding over a courtroom. I would urge you to elect Judge Benjamin Bloom to the Oregon Circuit Court of Jackson County. — Laurie Trickel, Ashland
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