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Judicial Profile: San Diego County Judge Laura E. Duffy

January 08, 2018 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) Moving from her position as U.S. Attorney in San Diego putting away drug cartel leaders to presiding over misdemeanor arraignments in superior court, Judge Laura Duffy said she faced big changes over the past year.

Judicial Profile: San Diego County Judge Francis M. Devaney

January 04, 2018 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) Judge Francis Devaney likes conversations. That’s why he enjoys his felony readiness assignment. He gets to have candid chats with lawyers and let them know if they’re being unrealistic in trying to work out a plea.

Judicial Profile: San Diego County Judge Kelly Mok

December 14, 2017 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) Some family law judges avoid talking to minors, but Judge Kelly Mok welcomes it and spent years learning how to establish a dialogue with children, especially in very difficult situations.

Supervisors OK Plans to Redevelop County Courthouse, Old Jail

December 05, 2017 | NewsLinks
As part of the plan, the supervisors also voted to approve an amended agreement to transfer the Courthouse and Old Jail from the state back to the county. The county transferred ownership of those two buildings to the state in 2009, mirroring actions in other counties.

Judicial Profile: San Diego County Judge Rachel Cano

December 04, 2017 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) Rachel Cano never spoke with defendants in her 24 years as a prosecutor, but she’s spent the last year catching up, with 100 cases per day as a San Diego County Superior Court judge.

Judicial Profile: Judge Albert Harutunian III

November 29, 2017 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) SAN DIEGO — When jurors get antsy, Judge Albert Harutunian III will pick up on it and — without bullying — ask attorneys how much more time they think they need. But he’s also well aware of his own body language.
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Administrative Director Martin Hoshino Speaks to the Council about Judicial Fellowship Program

For more than two decades, the Council has offered the Judicial Fellowship Program to graduate students. In his report to council, Administrative Director Martin Hoshino discusses the benefits of this unique program to council members and staff.

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