FAIRFIELD — Recently appointed Superior Court Judge Christine A. Carringer will have her swearing-in ceremony Feb. 13 at the Fairfield courthouse, according to a press release from the court.
The Thursday announcement comes the day after Carringer learned she will not have a challenger for her new job in the upcoming June primary election.
Carringer, of Fairfield, was appointed to the judgeship six weeks ago by Gov. Jerry Brown. She had worked for Liberty Mutual Insurance since 2009 and for four Sacramento law firms before 2009. Carringer began practicing law in 1987 after earning her law degree from the University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law.
The annual pay for a judgeship position is $181,292.
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