Governor Gavin Newsom announces new judicial appointments, including two in San Diego County

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – Governor Gavin Newsom announced nearly two dozen new judge appointments on Friday, including two new judges in San Diego County.

Marissa A. Bejarano, an assistant district attorney with the San Diego District Attorney, and Daniel Segura, an assistant public attorney for the San Diego District Attorney, have been appointed judges at the San Diego Supreme Court.

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Bejarano, 42, from Chula Vista, has been with the public prosecutor’s office since 2014 and as a public prosecutor for joint partnerships since 2019. Previously, she also served as Assistant Attorney General at the California Department of Justice from 2006 to 2013. Bejarano, a Democrat, is filling the post left by Judge Truc T. Do, who recently became the first Asian-American judge on the 4th District Court of Appeals serving the San Diego area.

Segura, 52, of Temecula, has served as an assistant public defender in San Diego since 1995. Segura, also a Democrat, will fill the post created by the resignation of Judge Jeffrey B. Barton.

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