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Amador, Kreep, Berry take places on Superior Court bench

Earlier this month, Robert Amador, Gary Kreep and David Berry began their tenure as San Diego Superior Court judges. Kreep and Berry were elected during June's primary election while Amador won a runoff in November.

Amador, 56, brings more than 30 years of legal experience to the bench. Prior to his election, he worked at the San Diego County district attorney's office, serving as a law enforcement liaison between the DA’s office and law enforcement agencies.

Kreep, 62, has been in private practice since 1975. He co-founded and has managed several organizations, including the United States Justice Foundation, the California Justice Political Action Committee and the Family Values Coalition.

Berry, 54, served as a deputy district attorney for 25 years. He brings varied trial knowledge to the bench and has served on the district attorney's three strikes team, major violators team and worked with the city of San Diego’s metro arson strike team.

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