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Not true, Borowiec says.
"I never promised him any change," Borowiec says. "Nor did I talk to Judge Desens about moving over and doing juvenile work.
"Ramon knew that this was a juvenile job. He called me and I told him it was a juvenile job, and he told me that he'd better read up on juvenile law."
Alvarez declined to comment on his appointment or his apparent misrepresentation of the presiding judge's remarks.
Conlogue, who has returned to private practice in Bisbee, says he intends to run against Alvarez next November.
"I think the process speaks for itself," Conlogue tells New Times. "It was the governor's decision to make, and he made it.