By a MetNews Staff Writer
Los Angeles County Deputy Public Defender Sharonda Bradford was elected Friday by the judges of the Los Angeles Superior Court as a commissioner.
Admitted to the State Bar in 1999, she is a graduate of Southwestern School of Law.
Ballots were counted by Judges John P. Doyle, Steven J. Kleifield, and Michael L. Stern, the most senior judges who were available for the task.
She replaced Mary Wickham who was appointed by the Board of Supervisors on Nov. 17, 2015 as county counsel, left that post after being elected as a commissioner last Nov. 25, then suddenly quit her post as a commissioner, with a retirement date of July 14. Wickham was appointed Aug. 31 by the Board of Supervisors, on a vote of 3-2, to head the newly created Blue Ribbon Commission on Homelessness.
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