Alameda County Superior Court Judge Robert Freedman trotted out an all-star lineup of judges last week to vouch for his character at a California Commission on Judicial Performance hearing. One described Freedman as “by far the most capable” judge in the county, while two others suggested that until Freedman was accused of taking too long to decide cases, the county didn’t have an effective system of tracking such things.

Freedman’s attorneys called five of the six judges who testified in the proceedings on Nov. 20, including 1st District Court of Appeal Justice Ignazio Ruvolo and Alameda County Presiding Judge George Hernandez Jr.

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