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Judge Allan Hardcastle

Term Served: Sept 2012–Sept 2013

portrait judge hardcastleHon. Allan D. Hardcastle
Judge, Superior Court of Sonoma County

Membership: Advisory member as elected President of the California Judges Association

Internal Committee: Policy Coordination and Liaison Committee
Council Liaison to: Superior Courts of Lake and Mendocino Counties; AOC Center for Judiciary Education and Research

 

 

 


Judge Hardcastle was elected 81st President of the California Judges Association (CJA) by the group’s Executive Board. His one-year term began  Oct 14, 2012. Judge Hardcastle was appointed to the bench in 1997 and has served in every division of his court except for Family Law. He has been the supervising judge of both the Criminal and Civil divisions and Assistant Presiding Judge and Presiding Judge. He currently presides over a juvenile delinquency department and is the Presiding Judge of the Juvenile Division. Judge Hardcastle is an adjunct professor of law at the Empire College of the Law, teaching Evidence. Prior to his appointment to the bench he was a managing partner in the civil litigation firm Babin, Seeger and Hardcastle. Judge Hardcastle retired from the U.S. Army in 2002 as an LTC after 23 years of service, including work in the Judge Advocate General Corps. He is a graduate of the University of the Pacific (1977) and received his J.D. from the McGeorge School of Law (1979).

LIAISON Reports

As part of the Judicial Council’s efforts to increase communication and transparency and promote accountability, council members serve as liaisons to the 58 trial courts and to major units in the Administrative Office of the Courts. Each member’s liaison reports at Judicial Council meetings bring fresh perspectives on the issues and challenges facing the judicial branch.

Judge Hardcastle reports on the Superior Court of Lake County
Jan 18, 2013

Judge Hardcastle reports on the Superior Court of Mendocino County
Mar 5, 2013

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