(Subscription required) It's a Monday in Department 13 of Monterey County Superior Court, and Judge Marla O. Anderson is about to take on, with what she calls "parental efficiency," a calendar of 23 cases ranging from collections to small claims to unlawful detainers.
(Subscription required) Sandvig's first assignment was in the Los Angeles Police Department's Central Traffic Division, handling traffic accidents all over the city, and he wound up in court nearly every day.
(Subscription required) Glass said that he is more active than ever on the bench, fidgeting, interrogating lawyers, even questioning witnesses. But the judge is 63 and said that he may retire when he's eligible in 2019.
(Subscription required) Arturo Castro had a head start when he joined the Alameda County Superior Court last year because he already had experience collaborating with presiding judges and court executive officers on challenging criminal justice issues.