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JUDICIAL CANDIDATES MAKE THEIR CASES FOR SUPERIOR COURT SEAT AT FOOTHILLS BAR FORUM

 

By Miriam Raftery and Sierra Robinson

May 24, 2012 (La Mesa) – They make life or death decisions.  Superior Court judges may determine who goes to prison—and for how long.  They hear civil lawsuits,  juvenile and family court cases. Their decisions can bring  victims closure or tear families apart—and their rulings may set long-lasting precedents. 

Yesterday, three candidates vying for San Diego Superior Court Seat 25 presented their arguments why each contends he is the best qualified for the bench. The forum was presented by Foothills Bar Association at BJ’s restaurant in La Mesa. 

MEET THE JUDGES: JUDICIAL CANDIDATES FORUM TODAY AT NOON AT BJ'S IN LA MESA

 
May 23, 2012 (La Mesa) – Judicial positions are among the most important and influential in the United States. Judges’ decisions have long-lasting impacts, yet many voters have little information on which to base decisions at the ballot box.
 
On Wednesday, May 23, the Foothills Bar Association invites the media, attorneys, and the public to attend a Judicial Candidates Forum at B.J’s Restaurant in Grossmont Center, in La Mesa where the candidates for the Superior Court (Office No. 25) Deputy District Attorney Robert Amador, Attorney James Miller, and Deputy City Attorney George Schaefer will speak and answer questions from the audience.
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