New York Times: A Product of Public Universities, Michelle Childs Would Be an Unconventional Court Pick

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Erica L. Green and Rick Rojas

This excerpt is from a piece that originally ran on February 9, 2022.

Over her 16 years as a judge, her dockets have included a broad range of cases, including one of the largest armored car heists in the nation’s history, drug crimes, domestic disputes and matters concerning utility regulations and securities law. Her experience as a trial judge is also cited by her supporters as an asset. A small number of appeals have been filed against her rulings on the federal bench, and the vast majority of those have been unsuccessful, according to an analysis by the Alliance for Justice; less than 1 percent of the nearly 5,000 of decisions she’s rendered have been vacated or dismissed.

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