At the June election, four public defenders hope to unseat four judges of the San Francisco Superior Court, Andrew Cheng, Curtis Karnow, Cynthia Ming-mei Lee, and Jeffrey Ross. According to one of the challengers, “this was really a group decision.”

More is at stake in this election than initially meets the eye; and it imposes special responsibilities on the legal community.

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