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Change, for the better, has come to Pima courts (access required)

Among my goals as presiding judge over the past five years has been the improvement and stabilization of the administration of all of the courts in Pima County. We have tried to do this with a combination of placing highly competent people in key administrative positions and by insuring predictability, fairness, efficiency and uniformity in ...

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