Three private practice lawyers have been nominated for a new judgeship in the state’s First Judicial District Court, which includes Santa Fe, Los Alamos and Rio Arriba counties.
Gov. Susana Martinez can now select one to fill the position, which was created by the Legislature during the last session, or she can ask the Judicial Nominating Commission to provide her with more names.
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This article has been amended to reflect the following correction:
A story published on Page B-3 of the June 20, 2014, edition of The Santa Fe New Mexican incorrectly stated that Michael Schwarz, a candidate for a new District Court judgeship, worked as a law clerk in Cambridge, England. Schwarz went to law school at the University of Cambridge in England, but he was not a clerk there.