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Just for info- This is the current makeup of the ninth circuit court of appeals-- and the retired (senior) judges that could be called in to set on a panel..........Mostly all Californians.......


ACTIVE JUDGES OF THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT


NAME RESIDENT
CHAMBERS DATE OF APPOINTMENT APPOINTED
BY
ACTIVE Schroeder, Mary M., Chief Judge Phoenix 09/26/79 Carter
Pregerson, Harry Los Angeles 11/02/79 Carter
Reinhardt, Stephen Los Angeles 09/11/80 Carter
Kozinski, Alex Pasadena 11/07/85 Reagan
O’Scannlain, Diarmuid F. Portland 09/26/86 Reagan
Rymer, Pamela Ann Pasadena 05/22/89 Bush
Kleinfeld, Andrew J. Fairbanks 09/16/91 Bush
Hawkins, Michael Daly Phoenix 09/15/94 Clinton
Thomas, Sidney R. Billings 01/04/96 Clinton
Silverman, Barry G. Phoenix 02/04/98 Clinton
Graber, Susan P. Portland 03/19/98 Clinton
McKeown, M. Margaret San Diego 04/08/98 Clinton
Wardlaw, Kim McLane Pasadena 08/03/98 Clinton
Fletcher, William A. San Francisco 10/09/98 Clinton
Fisher, Raymond C. Pasadena 10/12/99 Clinton
Gould, Ronald M. Seattle 11/22/99 Clinton
Paez, Richard A. Pasadena 03/14/00 Clinton
Berzon, Marsha S. San Francisco 03/16/00 Clinton
Tallman, Richard C. Seattle 05/25/00 Clinton
Rawlinson, Johnnie B. Las Vegas 07/26/00 Clinton
Clifton, Richard R. Honolulu 07/30/02 Bush
Bybee, Jay S. Las Vegas 03/21/03 Bush
Callahan, Consuelo M. Sacramento 05/28/03 Bush
Bea, Carlos T. San Francisco 10/01/03 Bush



SENIOR JUDGES OF THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT
NAME RESIDENT
CHAMBERS DATE OF APPOINTMENT DATE
WENT
SENIOR APPOINTED
BY
SENIOR Browning, James R. San Francisco 09/18/61 09/01/00 Kennedy
Goodwin, Alfred T. Pasadena 11/30/71 02/01/91 Nixon
Wallace, J. Clifford San Diego 07/14/72 04/08/96 Nixon
Sneed, Joseph T. San Francisco 08/31/73 06/21/87 Nixon
Procter, Hug, Jr. Reno 09/15/77 01/01/02 Carter
Skopil, Otto R. Portland 09/26/79 01/01/86 Carter
Fletcher, Betty Binns Seattle 09/26/79 11/01/98 Carter
Farris, Jerome Seattle 09/27/79 03/04/95 Carter
Alarcon, Arthur L. Los Angeles 11/02/79 11/21/92 Carter
Ferguson, Warren J. Santa Ana 11/27/79 12/31/86 Carter
Nelson, Dorothy W. Pasadena 12/20/79 01/01/95 Carter
Canby, William C. Phoenix 05/23/80 05/23/96 Carter
Boochever, Robert Pasadena 06/18/80 06/10/86 Carter
Beezer, Robert R. Seattle 03/28/84 07/31/96 Reagan
Hall, Cynthia Holcomb Pasadena 10/04/84 08/31/97 Reagan
Brunetti, Melvin Reno 04/04/85 11/11/99 Reagan
Noonan, John T., Jr. San Francisco 12/17/85 12/27/96 Reagan
Thompson, David R. San Diego 12/17/85 12/31/98 Reagan
Leavy, Edward Portland 03/23/87 05/21/97 Reagan
Fernandez, Ferdinand F. Pasadena 05/22/89 06/01/02 Bush
Nelson, Thomas G. Boise 10/17/90 11/14/03 Bush
Tashima, A. Wallace Pasadena 01/04/96 06/30/04 Clinton
Trott, Stephen Boise 03/25/88 12/31/04 Reagan
 

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reader (the Second) said:
I believe I saw a television special on the ninth circuit and how the administration is trying to break it up because it is too liberal. I'm pretty liberal myself so I'm not maligning this court, just musing that this may be the very same court targeted by the administration. Did anyone else hear about this?


They usually call them the Ninth Circus Court

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1320887/posts
 
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reader (the Second) said:
I believe I saw a television special on the ninth circuit and how the administration is trying to break it up because it is too liberal. I'm pretty liberal myself so I'm not maligning this court, just musing that this may be the very same court targeted by the administration. Did anyone else hear about this?

That is the court- Senator Burns has been trying to split the court for years and get Montana out of it, but still hasn't got it done.... They are not only the most liberal, but also the most overturned court.....They do a lot of legislating from the bench-- Many of their rulings end up in the Supreme Court and they have a lot overturned....They are a very proactive court and very unpredictable......
 
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