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December 11, 2018

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February 25, 2018
Judge Campbell was a gracious, funny and invaluable mentor to me early in my career. When I was a new legislative aide in the early 90's we would meet in chambers twice month - Wednesdays for lunch. I would bring salads from the old Capitol Cafe and my little folder full of criminal justice policy questions. We covered a wide field of issues in those days - but none required such patience as his explaining to me that flag burning was free speech. I remember his amusement at my incredulity and his quiet pride at being quoted in the SCOTUS opinion. As crime policy and free speech battles are back in the news, I've thought of him often - and missed his wry - and occasionally raucous - wisdom. May he rest in peace.
February 14, 2018
Judge Campbell was my first boss out of law school and an inspiration to me. He is the main reason that I decided to practice appellate law - albeit on the civil side. On my first day of work at the CCA, he handed me a capital murder case to work on. I was a bit scared but he showed a lot of confidence in me and I worked very hard to write opinions that reflected his jurisprudence. I soon learned that part of my job was sitting in his office soaking up some wisdom with a side of his stories - and he was a great story teller. He had a wonderful sense of humor inside his gruff exterior. He was never afraid to make fun of himself - or me for that matter. I remember coming to court on argument day wearing my light tan suit and a colorful tie and he commented that I "looked like a South American dictator." But he was a very serious jurist and I learned a lot about the law, writing, critical thinking and life from the Judge. I was very sorry to hear of his passing. My deepest sympathies to his family.
February 13, 2018
Jan, Logan, Maggie and other members of Chuck"s family, please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
February 13, 2018
I met Judge Campbell when I worked as a briefing attorney at the Court of Criminal Appeals the year he was elected. Judge Campbell was always very nice to me and the other briefing attorneys, calling us by our last names. He was an outstanding judge, and I will always remember him fondly, with much respect. My heartfelt condolences to his family.