President Joe Biden on Wednesday renominated federal prosecutor Jabari Wamble to the federal bench, although for an open seat on the district court in Kansas instead of the federal appeals court.
Biden released Wamble's nomination without any explanation about why he wasn't put back up for a seat on the appeals court that came open when Mary Beck Briscoe took senior status.
Wamble, once captain of the University of Kansas track team, is now an assistant U.S. attorney in Kansas.
Wamble could replace Senior Judge Julie Robinson, who became the first African American to serve on the . . .
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