Why a law clerk, who was fired after allegedly impersonating a Cook County judge, will run for office unopposed

A cameraman records the judge's podium in a courtroom closed due to budget cuts and layoffs, at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in downtown Los Angeles on March 16, 2009.  AFP PHOTO/Robyn BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

A cameraman records the judge's podium in a courtroom closed due to budget cuts and layoffs, at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in downtown Los Angeles on March 16, 2009. AFP PHOTO/Robyn BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

Odelson and Sterk, Ltd.’s founding partner Burton Odelson has earned a reputation as a leading expert in governmental and election law. Atty Odelson joins Roe Conn and Anna Davlantes to talk about why Maryam Ahmad’s plans to start a write-in campaign against law clerk Rhonda Crawford, who allegedly impersonated a Cook County judge, may be over before it begins. Crawford is being investigated for allegedly putting on a black robe and hearing cases from the bench.


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