Trump will nominate Cenzon to serve as Judge on the District Court of Guam

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Maria Cenzon currently serves as a Judge on the Superior Court of Guam, where she presides over civil, criminal, domestic, and probate dockets.

President Donald J. Trump announced his intent to nominate Maria Teresa B. Cenzon, of Guam, to serve as Judge on the District Court of Guam.

Maria Cenzon currently serves as a Judge on the Superior Court of Guam, where she presides over civil, criminal, domestic, and probate dockets.

Prior to her appointment to the bench in 2012, Judge Cenzon served as Chief Legal Counsel to the Governor of Guam and Director of Policy, Planning & Community Relations for the Unified Judiciary of Guam.

Before going into government service, she was in private practice and counseled large local and international corporations as well as some of the Government of Guam’s largest agencies.

Judge Cenzon received her B.A. from Marquette University and her J.D. from the Loyola University-Chicago School of Law.

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