Zahid Quraishi / Pakistani / Muslim Federal District Court / Senate / Jersey

Zahid Quraishi, a federal magistrate judge and the son of Pakistani immigrants, has become the first Muslim Federal District Court judge in U.S. history. He was confirmed by the Senate for a federal judgeship in New Jersey.

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