Ken Clayman

former interim head of LA County’s Office of the Public Defender

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A slate of public defenders are running for Superior Court of LA County, which like most other courts, has not had many public defenders as judges.

LA public defenders make their case for why they belong in the judiciary

A slate of public defenders are running for Superior Court of LA County, which like most other courts, has not had many public defenders as judges.

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