The Department of Justice announced the appointments of 20 new immigration judges Friday, including one at the Olive Street Immigration Court in downtown Los Angeles.

Wibur Lee, who has served as a judge advocate in the United States Marine Corps since 1998, was among the new judges appointed by Attorney General William P. Barr.

Lee’s work as a judge advocate has included service in various positions, including defense counsel, appellate counsel, labor and employment counsel, supervisory prosecutor, staff judge advocate, and military judge.

He has served in a variety of military courts both at home and abroad, including San Diego and Oceanside locally.

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