Judges Assigned to Inland Empire Courts

Judges Assigned to Inland Empire Courts

Sacramento—The Commission on the Future of California’s Court System reported last year that Riverside and San Bernardino counties had only 60 percent of the judges needed, while elsewhere in the state, municipalities had too many judges. 

Last week, thanks to SB103, four judgeships previously assigned to the Superior Courts of Alameda and Santa Clara counties are being reassigned to Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, effective in January 2018. Although this is far from the number of judges needed to meet the local shortfall, the four new judges will be welcomed additions to the inland area.

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