Eric A. Ludlow
|Eric A. Ludlow|
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|Utah Fifth Judicial District|
|Appointed by:||Gov. Michael Leavitt|
|Past post:||Special Assistant U.S. Attorney|
|Past post 2:||Washington County Attorney|
|Past term 2:||1991-2003|
|Law School:||J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, 1987|
|Candidate for:||Fifth Judicial District|
|Election information 2012:|
|Election date:||November 6, 2012|
|Retention vote %:||84.7%|
Eric A. Ludlow is a Utah Fifth Judicial District judge for the St. George District Court. Ludlow was appointed to this position in March 2003 and retained again in 2012. His current term expires in 2018.
- 2003-2018: Judge, Utah Fifth Judicial District
- 1998-2003: Special Assistant U.S. Attorney
- 1991-2003: Washington County Attorney
- 1987-1991: Deputy Attorney, Washington County
- See also: Utah judicial elections, 2012
Judicial Performance Evaluation recommendation
The Utah Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission compiled information from attorneys, court staff and jurors about the performance of all judges up for retention in 2012. Judges were evaluated based on five criteria.
A judge must score at least 3 out of 5 in each of these categories to meet the minimum performance standard. 86 attorneys responded to the following questions.
- Legal Ability: 4.24
- Communication: 4.17
- Integrity: 4.46
- Judicial temperament: 4.45
- Administrative: 4.20
Based on cumulative results, Judge Ludlow was recommended for retention by 11 out of 12 commission members. For the full report, visit: Utah Judicial Evaluation Performance Commission, Honorable Eric A. Ludlow.