After controversy, retired NH superior court judge fights for kudos
Lewis, of Durham, was the supervisory judge of Strafford County Superior Court.
“I made comments that were received not as I intended them,” Lewis said Wednesday. Lewis also served as the chairman of the state Board of Education; former Gov. Jeanne Shaheen nominated him to the Superior Court.
Bar Association spokesman Dan Wise said Lewis is expected to appear before the 23-member Board of Governors at 5:30 p.m. Wise would not discuss past decisions of the board, but he expects the board will decide whether to recognize Lewis.
The annual meeting is slated for June 20 at the Portsmouth Sheraton.
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