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Judges and Judiciary

Nov. 26, 1998

Torres' Legacy Embraces a Transition From Old to New

One recent afternoon, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Ricardo A. Torres looked out the windows of his sixth-floor County Courthouse chambers. In the downtown skyline, buildings he watched rise have been replaced by other structures that, by today's standards, are themselves considered old.

By Denise Levin
Daily Journal Staff Writer
        One recent afternoon, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Ricardo A. Torres looked out the windows of his sixth-floor County Courthouse chambers. In the downtown skyline, buildings he watched rise have been replaced by other structures that, by today's standards, are themselves considered old.
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