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Judge Matt Osman
Mecklenburg County District Court Judge, District 26
Matt Osman


Legal Experience:
United States Navy JAG Corp--served as a prosecutor, defense attorney and staff attorney while stationed in Japan, Spain and Charleston, SC.
Assistant District Attorney, Union County, NC
Litigation Associate, Weaver, Bennett & Bland, Matthews, NC

Bar and Court Admissions:
North Carolina State Bar
Mecklenburg County Bar 

Education:
B.A. in American History and Minor in Business Administration, UNC-Chapel Hill
J.D., Regent University School of Law

Professional Involvement:
Lead Criminal Court Judge (2014)
Lead Judge for the DWI Treatment Court (2013-2014)
Appointed to Governor's Statewide Impaired Driving Task Force (2014)
Civic and Community Involvement:
Charlotte native
Elder, Forest Hill Church (2011-present)
Awards Committee Member, North Carolina Heroes Fund (2013-2014)
Please describe why you would be the best candidate for the open judicial position:
I am running unopposed for a second term as a District Court Judge and I look forward to continuing to serve the people of Mecklenburg County.

Campaign email address:  reelect@judgemattosman.com  

Campaign web site:  www.judgemattosman.com


 

 

 
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