Guglietta tabbed for top Traffic Tribunal job

Those who thought Bill Guglietta had an inside track for this job were right.

As BeloBlog reports:

The chief legal counsel for the state House of Representatives has been appointed chief magistrate of the Rhode Island Traffic Tribunal.

State Supreme Court Chief Justice Frank J. Williams announced today that he will appoint William R. Guglietta, of Cranston, to the new Traffic Tribunal position.

The 46-year-old Guglietta is also a part-time Cranston Municipal Court judge and a former assistant attorney general.

Guglietta is one of five people who applied for the position. They were publicly interviewed last month by a three-member committee, then again by Chief Justice Williams.

“Bill Guglietta shares my vision for and believes strongly in access to justice and user-friendly courts,” Williams said in a statement today, “especially in our Rhode Island Traffic Tribunal, which sees over 100,000 citizens a year.”

The General Assembly decided this year to give the Traffic Tribunal its own chief judicial officer in the form of a chief magistrate. The salary for the position will be $132,062.

The appointment is subject to the advice and consent of the state Senate.

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