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She’s an inactive member of Bar

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From page A16 | May 18, 2014 |

Yolo Superior Court Commissioner Janene D. Beronio is a member of the State Bar of California, but she is officially listed as “inactive” since Jan. 1, 1990. The only time that a member is not subject to the mandatory continuing legal education educational and reporting requirements is during the period of time that he or she is officially listed as “inactive” on California State Bar records.

The other three candidates for Yolo County Superior Court judge are active members of the California State Bar and deserve consideration for their additional unique qualifications:

* John P. Brennan, who lives in West Sacramento and who has worked both sides as a criminal prosecutor for 10 years and as a defense attorney for 10 years in California and whose family immigrated from Kerry County Ireland in 1960;

* Fredrick Cohen,who has additional certification from the California State Bar as a specialist in family law; and

* Larenda Delaini, who is a Yolo County native, born and raised in Yolo County.

John C. Chendo

Davis

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