Salvador Mendoza Jr. was nominated on Thursday.
Mendoza has been a Superior Court judge for Benton and Franklin counties since last year. Before that he was a lawyer in private practice, and also worked as a deputy prosecuting attorney and in the state Attorney General’s office.
Mendoza received his undergraduate degree from the University of Washington and his law degree from UCLA.
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