Third Circuit Judge Rendell to Take Senior Status

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Judge Marjorie O. Rendell of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit said she will take senior status in July.

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  • Michael Ochoa

    It will take close state/federal cooperation to clean up the nepotism and cronyism that plagues the third district. I‘m not saying whether she is a good or bad judge, but its best that she leaves.

  • john driscoll

    Judge Rendell has been a shining example and terrific role model for judges and public servants.

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