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Los Angeles County, CA June 8, 2010 Election
 Smart Voter Edward J. Nison

Candidate for
Judge-Superior Court; County of Los Angeles; Office 28

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Biographical Highlights
  • Occupation: Criminal Homicide Prosecutor
  • Deputy District Attorney, Los Angeles County for over 24 years
  • Prosecuted gang homicide cases for 8 1/2 years
  • Prosecuted criminal violations of environmental and workplace safety laws for 4 years
  • Responsible for legal training of prosecutors and police officers, 6 years
  • Prosecuted over 100 homicide cases
  • Provided training to prosecutors and law enforcement on Constitutional Law throughout the United States
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Protect society from violent predators and treat victims in a respectful manner
  • Always serve the public and act with honesty, integrity and fairness
  • Prevent youthful offenders from becoming violent predators
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Questions on Issues

The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles County asked questions on the issues of all candidates for this office.
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Key Endorsements
  • Los Angeles District Attorney Steve Cooley
  • Over thirty Los Angeles County Superior Court Judges
  • Law Enforcement and Victim's Rights Groups
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