Wednesday, 04 January 2017

Court Administrator Josh Tenorio steps down from judiciary

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Tenorio had been serving as the court administrator for about three years.

Guam - Administrator of the courts Joshua Tenorio has announced his resignation from his post at the Judiciary of Guam.

Tenorio submitted his letter of resignation to Chief Justice Robert Torres on December 30 with an effective resignation date of January 13 or next week Friday. Tenorio is resigning as the court administrator after three years in that position. He was previously the Judiciary’s director of policy planning and community relations.

In his letter, Tenorio says he is resigning “with a heavy heart.” However he does not provide a reason for his resignation. He does say “I will remain a steadfast and ardent advocate for the third branch of government and its work on behalf of the people of Guam.”

Tenorio was not available for comment as of news time. You can read the Judiciary's press release and Tenorio's resignation letter by clicking on the file below.

 

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