As a federal prosecutor, Jabari Wamble has many attributes, but he lacks one credential that a U.S. senator described as "foundational" for evaluating judicial nominees.
Nominated to the Tenth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals last September, Wamble still has not received a rating from the American Bar Association. Nor has he had a hearing.
The ABA has rated 142 judicial nominations from the president as of Dec. 12 and only five, including Wamble, have not been rated.
The organization didn't explain why . . .