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Based upon his experience as a criminal defense attorney in the Navy JAG Corps, federal prosecutor in Los Angeles and his 25 years as a trial court judge in Orange County, California, Judge Gray discusses in some depth the importance of the Judicial Branch of government in today's world, what a judge's job description is and how to be effective as a judge. In that regard, judges in virtually all that they do can or should be the ultimate social workers who work not only to resolve disputes, but also to reduce crime and problems in our society. And, along the way, Judge Gray shares some tips that really should be taught in high schools about dispute and conflict resolution. Life is complicated, but the legal profession, as overseen by judges, helps our country's business and social relationships by providing foreseeability, justice and increasingly equal treatment to everyone. The system certainly could be swifter, less expensive and more transparent but, by and large, it's working.


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