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May 20, 2024

Presiding Justice Laurie Earl has transformed the 3rd District Court of Appeal

She was also instrumental in leading Sacramento Superior Court through the COVID-19 pandemic and a budget crisis.

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Presiding Justice 3rd District Court of Appeal

SACRAMENTO -- It would be an understatement to say Presiding Justice Laurie M. Earl has a nice office. Her spacious chambers in the nearly century-old Stanley Mosk Library and Courts Building are entirely covered in ornate wood paneling.

"I remember the very first time I saw them I was the presiding judge of the Sacramento County Superior Court, and I came over here to visit with Presiding Justice [Vance W.] Raye," Earl said. "... (continued)

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