Each Judge is responsible for maintaining the public’s confidence. That confidence is built on the foundation of legal experience, rooted in extensive trial practice across a wide range of legal issues /cases. Trial experience ranging from minor traffic tickets to homicide.
Has handled over 100 appeals while serving as a federal prosecutor, and was trial and appellate counsel in over a dozen published opinions. While serving as a federal prosecutor, he was appointed as Special Deputy Attorney, prosecuting violent recidivists in San Diego Superior Court.
Served as an instructor of Trial Advocacy in the National College of District Attorney’s, and authored a nationally published article on federal identity theft law.
The essential foundation of the law is common sense. A Judge must never forget each case involves real life events that affect real people. No matter how large or small a case appears, the Judge should ensure each individual's rights are upheld and preserved as He follows the laws of the land.
A Judge must assure, our system of justice remains the best in the world. The public must leave the court knowing they were given a fair and impartial hearing, and most importantly, they were treated with respect.