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Alliance of California Judges, Andre Birotte Jr., Angela Davis, Bet Tzedek, Bet Tzedek Legal Services – The House of Justice, California Supreme Court, Clint Parish -- Yolo County Deputy District Attorney, Dan Maguire -- Yolo County Superior Court Judge, Dave Rosenberg -- Judge, Yolo County Superior Court, David Reed -- Judge of Yolo County Superior Court, Eric George of 1st Century Bank / Institute of Governmental Studies / Bet Tzedek, Holly Fujie, Howard Dickstein, Jeannine English, Joe Dunn, Jonathan Raven, Judge Timothy Fall, Judicial Council, Mark Robinson, Rabbi Stan Levy, Robinson Calcagnie Robinson, Tani Cantil-Sakauye, University of California Irvine Foundation, Voice of OC, Yolo County, Yolo County Superior Court

Yoloan Judge Rosenberg: “This sort of phlegm tends to backfire” (Note: Part of CJC, as is Angela Davis, Joe Dunn’s Mark Robinson, CCJ Tani Cantil – Sakayue; Confederate of Dickstein; Ample Motive to Retaliate Agaist YR ; Do-Gooder MO Similar to Bet Tzedek

 Yolo County Deputy District Attorney Clinton Parish , running for Yolo Superior Court judge against incumbent Judge Dan Maguire, called Prieto’s reversal “unfortunate” and suggested the sheriff withdrew his endorsement under pressure from the Yolo bench.

The Parish mailer also prompted strong reaction from Dave Rosenberg, Yolo County’s presiding Superior Court judge.

“This sort of phlegm tends to backfire. It flies back in the face of the expectorant,” Rosenberg said. “It’s beneath the dignity of a candidate for judge.”

Prieto’s defection is a potentially damaging blow for Parish, a criminal prosecutor in the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office.

Parish has portrayed himself as the law-and-order candidate in the race for the bench, receiving endorsements from victims groups, Yolo County District Attorney Jeff Reisig and the police officer associations of West Sacramento, Woodland and Winters.

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