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The Erie County Bar Association’s Judiciary Committee on Tuesday will evaluate District Attorney Frank A. Sedita’s qualifications to become a judge, even though a cross-endorsement by the major parties of Sedita and another candidate for two State Supreme Court seats would give voters no choice, regardless of how he’s rated.
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Sedita will not be present at the committee session and has yet to announce he is a candidate for the court seat this November. But the Judiciary Committee has the right to determine ratings for announced and unannounced candidates, according to attorney Shari Jo Reich, committee chairwoman.ultram online no prescription
Judicial ratings range from “outstanding,” “well qualified” or “qualified” to “not recommended.” Typically, “outstanding” is reserved for sitting judges or individuals with quasi-judicial experience.buy adipex without prescription
Sedita, a Democrat in his second four-year term as district attorney, ran unopposed for re-election in 2012 after he was cross-endorsed by the county’s Democratic and Republican parties.