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California State Court of Appeal - Justice, District 2, Division 3

Justice, District 2, Division 3 — California State Court of Appeal

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Judges in the higher courts get into office and stay in office in a different way than other elected officials. Judges for the Supreme Court are appointed and then confirmed. Voters are asked to vote on whether to keep the judge after confirmation, and again after every twelve years.


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Luis A. Lavin

Associate Justice, CA Court of Appeal
Top 3 Priorities
  1. [In retention elections, justices do not run against...
  2. [If a justice receives more “yes” votes than "no"...
  3. [If not, the justice will complete the current term...
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