League of Women Voters of California Education Fund
Santa Barbara County, CA
November 2, 2004 Election
Superior Court Judge; County of Santa Barbara; Office 6 Voter Information
6 Year Term.
Results as of Dec 2 8:23am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (355/355)|
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James F. Rigali
- Occupation: Attorney
- Partner with KIRK & SIMAS law firm in Santa Maria
- University of Notre Dame graduate - Bachelors
- Santa Clara University - Juris Doctorate/MBA
- Director Santa Maria Breakfast Rotary
- County Human Services Commissioner 97-2000
- President Northern Santa Barbara County Bar. Assoc. (past)
Edward H. Bullard
- Judges should have a public servant attitude, balance and ethics.
- Your elected judge should be a great judge in the courtroom and active in your monthly countywide judges' meetings.
- Judges should be able to make the "hard call" without divorcing themselves from appropriate community involvement.
- Occupation: Deputy District Attorney
- 3 Years U.S. Army, Military Police Dog Handler
- 11 Years California Hwy. Patrol, Santa Barbara County
- J.D. Santa Barbara College of Law
- Deputy Public Defender, Ventura County
- 15 Years Deputy District Attoney, Santa Barbara County
- Public Safety, sentencing violent offenders to State Prison, use of alternative sentencing for non violent offenders
- Restitution to victims of crimes
- Effectively managing large caseloads with fairness to all sides
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