In last week's story about the justice of the peace candidates ("Primary Intelligence," News, Feb. 19), we incorrectly wrote that Precinct 1 candidate Daniel Bradford began his career as an attorney "working in open records" at the Attorney General's Office, when in fact Bradford actually started as the youngest lawyer to sit on the A.G.'s opinion committee.

We also erred in describing Precinct 2 candidate Karin Crump as having worked as a prosecutor in Bexar County; in fact, while still in law school, Crump worked with witnesses and on trial preparation at the Bexar County District Attorney's Office.

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