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Brewer appoints new superior court judges

Arizona high court to explain ballot measure rulingGov. Jan Brewer has appointed three attorneys to serve on the Pima County Superior Court.

They are Sean Brearcliffe, Michael Butler and Brenden Griffin.

The appointments were made to fill vacancies created by two retirements and the appointment of Judge Michael Miller to the Arizona Court of Appeals.

Brearcliffe is an Air Force veteran and a partner and owner of the law firm Rusing, Lopez and Lizardi. His focus has been commercial litigation, including construction, insurance and personal injury cases.

Licensed to practice law in Arizona since 1993, Butler is a senior partner at Butler, Oden and Jackson.

Griffin is a partner with the law firm of Gabroy, Rollman and Bosse. He was previously a judge pro tempore in superior court and worked as a clerk for the Illinois Appellate Court.

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  1. Where are the judges with experience in the criminal justice system that dominate Arizona’s courts?

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