You might say that Presiding Judge Alfred Chiantelli has been caught red-faced by San Francisco Superior Court’s women judges.

Of the 20 court committees Chiantelli has created to convene after July 1, only five are chaired by women. That’s 20 percent. Yet 16 of the 49 S.F. Superior Court judges are women, or about 33 percent.

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