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Marin County, CA March 2, 2004 Election
Judge, Superior Court; County of Marin; Office 3 Voter Information

6 Year Term.

Results as of Mar 25 1:39pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (207/207)
(175 Writein Votes 0.3%)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Michael B. Dufficy Click here for more information about this candidate 37725 votes 57.80%

  • Occupation: Superior Court Judge
  • Stanford University B.A. 1960
  • U.C, Hastings College of the Law L.L.B. 1963
  • Marin County Deputy District Attorney 1965-66
  • President Marin County Bar Association 1984
  • Presiding Judge Marin Superior Court 1994-95
  • Presiding Judge Marin Superior Court 1998-99
  • Unmatched experience - Judge for 14 years, hearing criminal, juvenile, probate, family law and civil cases.
  • Progressive leadership - established Juvenile Drug Court and saved tax dollars by spearheading consolidation of Superior and Municipal Courts.
  • Fairness and impartiality - concern for victims of violence, children, the elderly and self-represented litigants
Erwin Fredrich Click here for more information about this candidate 15958 votes 24.45%
  • Occupation: Trial Attorney
  • Stanford Law School JD 1972
  • 30+ Years of Jury Trials -- Criminal & Civil
  • Marin Resident for 19+ Years
  • Briefed & Argued State Court Appeals
  • Conducted Jury Trials in Federal Court
  • California Attorney Since 1972
  • Time for Change
  • Fair & Impartial Justice
  • End the "Good Old Boy" Network
Jim Scherer Click here for more information about this candidate 11372 votes 17.42%
  • Occupation: Attorney
  • 20 years experience as attorney in a broad range of the law.
  • State Bar of California Administration of Justice Committee Member
  • Public School Teacher before attending law school
  • I seek to restore confidence that decisions from the bench will not be influenced by favoritism or the appearance of bias.
  • Court cases are too expensve and a judge must not only be fair and impartial but must strive to reduce the cost of litigation.
  • Parties before the court should know that they have "had their day in court" and that no bias, prejudice or cronyism has caused injustice.

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