(Subscription required) Judge Kathleen Lewis may have left her prosecuting career more than a decade ago, but she still keeps in touch with someone from an important case she tried: that of a rape victim.
(Subscription required) "Domestic violence cases are different from civil cases," said Trevino, who researched the issue over the weekend and sought advice from two other judges about the motion. "Cases are expected to happen on an expedited basis."
(Subscription required) Save for a brief stint in family law, Susan Speer has been firmly in the world of criminal law as a prosecutor and judge for more than 35 years, and she wants to stay right where she is.
(Subscription required) Hanging in Judge Michael Sachs' chambers is a painting of a downcast Abraham Lincoln, which he first laid eyes on while staying at his grandparents' home in New York. As a kid, he thought it was a bit creepy.
(Subscription required) Harper's roving judge duties exemplify what attorneys say makes the judicial system work in a 13,500-population county where everyone seems to know everyone. Respect is a key virtue, and one that Harper said drives him as a judge.