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Governor Jan Brewer Hands Judgeship to Her Top Lawyer: Gov. Jan Brewer has appointed her top in-house lawyer as a superior court judge in Maricopa County. The governor's announcement that she appointed Joseph Sciarrotta Jr. as a judge comes less than four months before she leaves office. Sciarrotta
Judge Janet Barton to Become Presiding Judge for Maricopa County: The Arizona Supreme Court has appointed the Honorable Janet Barton to a three-year term as Presiding Judge for the Superior Court in Maricopa County. She will begin serving as Presiding Judge on July 1, 2015. In the interim, she will be working alongside Presiding Judge Norman Davis to ensure a smooth transition in July.
Source: State Bar of Arizona, elegal, vol.13, no. 20 | September 30, 2014