Bailiff, Superior Court of Arizona, Pima County, 1972-1973
Assistant city attorney, Tucson, Arizona, 1973
Deputy county attorney, Criminal Division, Pima County, Arizona, 1973-1980
Clinical instructor, University of Arizona College of Law, 1978-1979
Assistant U.S. attorney, District of Arizona, 1980-1987; Organized Crime Drug Task Force, 1982-1986; Civil Division, 1986-1987
Judge, Arizona Court of Appeals, Division Two, 1987-1991; presiding judge, 1988-1991; vice-chief judge, 1991
Judge, Superior Court of Arizona, Pima County, Criminal Bench, 1991
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