Deputy County Counsel Gets Judgeship

(December 15)  Deputy San Bernardino County Counsel Steven Singley has been elevated to the bench by Governor Jerry Brown.
Singley, a Republican, returns the total number of San Bernardino County Superior Court judges to 86, as he fills a vacancy that came about with the retirement of Judge John Gibson.
Singley lives just across the county line in Claremont. He began as a deputy county counsel in 2008 and was designated the general legal counsel to the county sheriff’s department in 2012. Prior to that he was a deputy district attorney with San Bernardino county from 2000 to 2008. Singley, 46, passed the bar in 2000.  He is a graduate of  Azusa Pacific University and the University of LaVerne College of Law.

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