A challenge to New York City’s method of selecting Supreme Court justices has been rejected by the Southern District.

Judge John E. Sprizzo ruled in France v. Pataki, 92 Civ. 1144, that the judicial selection method does not discriminate against Latinos and African-Americans, and he refused to order the implementation of a single-member district nomination system.

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