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Anderson, Newell understand

In my career as a certified Spanish court interpreter in the state and federal judiciary, I’ve not run into two men more judicially minded, even-keeled, and individually suited for Superior Court judge and district attorney than Tom Anderson and Cliff Newell, respectively. I’ve interpreted for clients of Mr. Anderson and witnesses of Mr. Newell. Both men understand the unique challenges that dealing with the growing linguistic minority communities in our county entail, and I know both men would bring those experiences with them into their new positions to ensure justice and fairness to defendants and victims alike.

Andrew Erickson

Nevada City

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