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Los Angeles County, CA November 4, 2008 Election
Judge, Superior Court; County of Los Angeles; Office 154 Voter Information

Salary: $178,789

Results as of Nov 28 5:11pm, 100.00% of Precincts Reporting (4,883/4,883)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Michael V. Jesic Click here for more information about this candidate 1,483,211 votes 63.15%

  • Occupation: Criminal Gang Prosecutor
  • Hardcore Gang Division Prosecutor for 6 1/2 Years
  • Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney 12 years
  • Winner of June Primary with 43% of the vote
  • Justice for Homicide Victims Outstanding Prosecutor Award 2005
  • Rated "Well Qualified" by the L.A. County Bar Association
  • Deputy District Attorney of the Month, Sept 2006
  • To make sure that everyone who comes to court feels confident that they recieved justice.
  • To treat everyone who comes into court with fairness and compassion.
  • To protect our community from violent criminals, so that our families can feel safe.
Rocky L. Crabb Click here for more information about this candidate 865,611 votes 36.85%
  • Occupation: Superior Court Commissioner
  • Elected by the Superior Court Judges in 2005 to the position of Superior Court Commissioner. Many apply to become Commissioners, but few are chosen,
  • Rated "WELL QUALIFIED" by the Los Angeles County Bar Association
  • 25 years broad experience in civil, consumer law, and complex business litigation
  • 10 years criminal experience handling both felonies and misdemeanors
  • Graduate of Loyola Law School, 1980
  • Put myself through college working as a steel worker at Kaiser Steel Fontana
  • To continue as I have, to serve and protect the Citizens of Los Angeles County.
  • Providing "Justice for All", to those who come to Court, without favoritism or advantage to special interests.
  • Recognizing that "Justice Delayed is Justice Denied", and continuing to assure that our Courts run fairly, efficiently and with due process.

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The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles County has asked all candidates for this office to respond to 3 questions on Qualifications, Sentencing, and Media coverage.

Official Information

Superior Court of California,
County of Los Angeles
Video Coverage

One-Minute Introductory Statements

Six-Minute Interviews Interviews with all ten Judicial Candidates scheduled for webcast or broadcast
  • Channel LA36
    (expect to see about 1-1/2 minutes of announcements while program loads)
  • Torrance Channel 28
    October 15 - 28, 8:00 pm
    October 29 - November 3, 7:00 pm
News and Analysis

L.A. County Bar Association

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