The candidates Mayor Michael Bloomberg selects in the next several weeks to fill vacancies on the Criminal and Family courts and for interim Civil Court positions will join 58 new judges the mayor has appointed since taking office in January 2002. With more than two years left in his third and final term, he is likely to match or surpass the 67 named by Rudolph Giuliani during his two terms.
Bloomberg Builds Legacy With Appointments of 'Highly Qualified' Civil, Family Court Judges
New York Law Journal
December 12, 2011
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