President Bush is expected to nominate four judges to the federal district court on Wednesday, ending a stalemate that had kept four seats vacant for a year, sources close to the process said last week.

By agreement of the White House and New Jersey’s two senators, Assistant U.S. Attorney Renee Bumb will be nominated to fill the Camden, N.J., seat vacated by U.S. District Judge Stephen Orlofsky last year, an aide to Sen. Frank Lautenberg says.

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