Calaveras County Superior Court Judge Grant Barrett is resigning from his position. Citing a need for “a new chapter in his life.” Judge Barrett will be resigning effective September 1. Barrett has been on the court since November of 2014, when he won election against Calaveras County Deputy District Attorney Dana Pfeil. Previously, Barrett had served as Calaveras County Court Commissioner. The court vacancy will be filled by several retired judges on a rotating basis until the position is permanently filled by an appointment by Governor Jerry Brown.
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