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SGA Judicial Branch


The Judicial Branch of the SGA serves as the liaison between Parking Services and the Office of Student Conduct and you, the students. They meet on a weekly basis to judge traffic appeals, and other student behavioral issues. Justices are given the opportunity to serve on the Academic Integrity Committee, the Behavioral Standards Committee, or the Appeals Committee.

Traffic Appeals Information

Kristoffer Adams
Associate Justice
kjadams@memphis.edu

 

Peytyn Markham
Associate Justice
psmrkham@memphis.edu

 

Kevin Patel
Associate Justice
kpatel3@memphis.edu

 
Cole Roe
Associate Justice
croe@memphis.edu
 
Jeffery Rogers
Associate Justice
jcrogers@memphis.edu
 
Monique N. Saine
Associate Justice
msaine1@memphis.edu
 
Darcy Sharp
Chief Justice
dsharp2@memphis.edu
My name is Darcy B. Sharp, and I am from Lancaster (proper pronunciation Lank-Ster) Tennessee. I am Senior at the University of Memphis, majoring in Political Science with minors in Legal Thought and Liberal Arts, Criminology and Criminal Justice, and Theatre. Aside from my duties as Chief Justice of the Student Court and three year involvement with SGA, I am also the Co-Secretary General of the University of Memphis Model United Nations Program, member of the Helen Hardin Honors Program, and I have also been involved as a House Representative with the Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature (TISL). My favorite thing about the University of Memphis is definitely the diversity. I am from a very small town, so the sheer numbers of people was somewhat mind-blowing. In whatever spare time I have, I generally enjoy reading Marvel comics and working on my first novel.

  

 


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