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          Monday, August 26, 2013

          Tim Prince '90 to Run for San Bernardino City Attorney in Recall Race

          Attorney Tim Prince '90 began his campaign this month to become the next city attorney of San Bernardino, making him the first to officially announce his candidacy in any of the recall elections that might be held Nov. 5.

          In a 10-minute speech after pulling papers to run, Prince contrasted what he called longtime City Attorney James F. Penman’s “political” style with a promised “professional” approach.

          Prince is a graduate of San Bernardino High School, UC Berkeley and UC Hastings College of the Law. He is a partner at Tomlinson, Prince, Cullen & Leahy, where he says he has experience defending cities including Colton and Upland.

          Read the full story from the San Bernardino Sun here.

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