Assistant District Attorney Robert ‘Bobby” Carter is running for Criminal Court Judge Division 3. Carter if elected would be making life changing decisions upon persons prosecuted in his court room by his present boss Bill Gibbons. It is always the intent of Gibbons office to win cases and what better way to win then to have your own hand picked judges.


Carter has made it known that Gibbons is his campaign manager which would seem to be a conflict of interest and the beginning of countless lawsuits brought on by those convicted who are aware of the close connection between the prosecutors office and the judge.


Carter has posted in numerous places that Gibbons in his campaign manager, which means that Gibbons is trying to get his candidate elected,which in effect is Gibbons picking a judge to judge cases brought to division 3 by his office.
Welcome to the Bobby Carter Blog. This will document the ongoing efforts by Bobby Carter to be elected judge of Division Three of Criminal Court in Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee. We have already had our Kick-Off Fundraiser and it was a huge success. The Committee to Elect Bobby Carter staff did a great job. Many thanks to: Bill Gibbons, Chairman of the Committee John Pierotti, Treasurer and Valerie Smith, Campaign Manager
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Here is a list of websites mentioning the connection: – shows indorsement by the police Carter was introduced and endorsed by Shelby County District Attorney General Bill Gibbons. – Proud that DA Bill Gibbons is campaign chairman & former DA John W. Pierotti treasurer. – Many thanks to: Bill Gibbons, Chairman of the CommitteeJohn Pierotti, Treasurer and Valerie Smith, Campaign Manager – Assistant District Attorney General Bobby Carter is the latest judicial candidate to make his political debut. He opened his campaign Friday for Criminal Court Division 3 in East Memphis at the Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz law firm.Former District Attorney General John Pierotti is Carter¡¯s campaign treasurer.Carter was introduced and endorsed by Shelby County District Attorney General Bill Gibbons.

How is it possible for Gibbons to chair the political campaign of one of his employees for judge? Is not this action by Gibbons a sign that he is handpicking a judge? does this also show how it would not be possible to get a fair trial in a court room controlled by the D.A.’s office?