Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan on October 25, 1984 · Page 112
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HA DETROIT FREE PRESSTHURS.. OCT. 25, 1984 OS Lone challenger faces five incumbent judges JUDGES, from Page 9A " Although insiders consider LaPlata a 'strong candidate for the federal bench, no action will be taken until the U.S. Senate reconvenes in January. "Life is a very chancy thing," says LaPlata, who is not counting on that federal judgeship until the ink is dry on his Senate confirmation. He says he would prefer to be replaced by a gubernatorial appointee rather than Kavanagh. "He is absolutely not qualified," says LaPlata. "There's no question that if his father wasn't on the Supreme Court, he would not be running. That's why I've become hostile, if that's the proper term." ; Kavanagh points out that a colleague of the judges running for office, Oakland County Circuit Judge James Thorburn, saw fit to appoint Kavanagh as a mediator, even though he is just short of the five years legal experience recommended for that post. I A teacher and high school principal before attending law school, Kavanagh says that Mester, his previous opponent, was a court administrator, not a judge, before he was elected. "I'M NOT going to try to tell anybody that I've had more experience Kavanagh has already proven he's at least a contender. than any other person. But I wouldn't be running for this office if I didn't feel I had adequate training for it. Experience is a qualitative measure more than quantitative." Judge Templin, 63, has been on the Oakland bench since 1967. Andrews, 51, joined the bench in 1976. In 1979, LaPlata, 60, and Schnelz, 51, took office. And Mester, 47, became a judge in 1982. Schnelz says ignoring Kavanagh is not an option, when Kavanagh suggests, as he did at the luncheon, that the court is not run as efficiently as it could be. That was the remark that sent Andrews charging to the podium. "I don't want to martyr him," says Schnelz. "but I'll take that chance." 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