Ronald George

California State Supreme Court

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Retired Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court and author of Chief: The Quest for Justice in California

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As a young lawyer, Ronald George defended capital punishment before the US Supreme Court.

Former California Chief Justice Ronald George

As a young lawyer, Ronald George defended capital punishment before the US Supreme Court.

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