Richard Mosk

Associate Justice of the California Court of Appeals

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Richard Mosk on KCRW

The California
ballot lists  Supreme and Appellate Court justices  in a way that makes it appear
they might be running against one another. They aren’t. Each justice has served
out…

How to Decide Which Judge to Vote for

The California ballot lists Supreme and Appellate Court justices in a way that makes it appear they might be running against one another. They aren’t. Each justice has served out…

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