Almost six years ago, then-Gov. Jerry Brown found himself defending his nomination of Leondra Kruger to the California Supreme Court.
Critics wanted to know why Brown didn’t pick a practicing California attorney or judge. Why go with a U.S. Justice Department lawyer with a Yale Law School degree—Brown’s alma mater—and no experience on the bench?
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