H. Frye: Episode 3: Supreme Justice
Season 2013 Episode 2103 | 56m 46s
Biographical Conversations with Henry Frye shares how Henry Frye served as the first African American assistant district attorney in the South, after Robert Kennedy appointed him in 1963. He had also became the first African American to win a seat in the North Carolina House of Representatives, when he triumphed in the 1968 election.
Aired: 06/29/13Video has closed captioning.
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Henry Frye shares thoughts on running against I. Beverly Lake, Jr for the Chief Justice
Henry Frye talks about his son, Henry Frye, Jr, decision to pursue a legal career.
Henry Frye shares his thoughts on Bill Clinton winning presidency in 1992.
Henry Frye shares the difficulty with maintaining impartiality in a partisan atmosphere.
Henry Frye explains why Governor Martin chose Rhoda Billings to be Chief Justicet.
Henry Frye talks about writing his first opinion as an Justice.
Henry Frye talks about keep neutral on Supreme Court case by being a good listener.
Henry Frye on Governor Jim Hunt selecting him to serve on the NC Supreme Court
Biographical Conversations with... is an ongoing original production of UNC-TV and is funded by a generous grant from the A.J. Fletcher Foundation.