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…

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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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