HONORING THE RECORD SERVICE OF JUSTICE STANLEY MOSK, CALIFORNIA SUPREME COURT (1964-PRESENT)
- FIFTEEN PAPERS BY JUSTICE STANLEY MOSK: PREFACE. MAIO, DENNIS PETER // California Legal History;2009, Vol. 4, p47
In this journal introduction, the author discusses the legal writings and speeches of California Supreme Court Associate Justice Stanley Mosk, who is largely the focal point of the present issue.
- THE INFLUENCE OF JUSTICE STANLEY MOSK'S OPINIONS. DEAR, JAKE // California Legal History;2009, Vol. 4, p171
The essay examines the court opinions written by California Supreme Court Justice Stanley Mosk, emphasizing their importance to the increase in individual liberty and protection. The author notes that many of Mosk's decisions were later followed in various other state supreme courts in the U.S....
- FIFTEEN PAPERS BY JUSTICE STANLEY MOSK: EDITOR'S NOTE. SMITH, SELMA MOIDEL // California Legal History;2009, Vol. 4, p50
The article presents various writings and speeches by California Supreme Court Justice Stanley Mosk which were housed at the California Judicial Center Library in San Francisco, California. These short pieces of writing deal with Mosk's various legal opinions on such topics as the death penalty,...
- PROTECTING CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS: Justice Stanley Mosk. MOSK, RICHARD M. // California Legal History;2012, Vol. 7, p138
An excerpt from the book "The Storied Third Branch: Stories about judges, by judges" written by California appellate justice Richard M. Mosk is presented that deals with Justice Stanley Mosk's support of constitutional rights as California Attorney General and Supreme Court Justice.
- TRIBUTE TO JUSTICE STANLEY MOSK. Uelmen, Gerald F. // Albany Law Review;2002, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p857
Pays tribute to Justice Stanley Mosk who died in 2001. Career in public service; Cases handled; Legacy to the legal profession.
- Introduction. Westen, Peter Kay // California Law Review;Oct67, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p1059
Presents the history of the California Supreme Court. Sources of California law; Achievements of S. Clinton Hastings, the first chief justice; Notoriety of David S. Terry, the fourth chief justice; Opinions of the court which have foreshadowed decisions by the United States Supreme Court.
- Toward a Radical Middle. Blum, Bill // ABA Journal;Jan1991, Vol. 77 Issue 1, p48
Reflects on the reputation and leadership of the California Supreme Court in the fields of constitutional, criminal and tort law. Profile of several justices; Controversies and issues concerning law practice. INSET: THE JUSTICES: A BRIEF LOOK.
- The Wages of Secrecy. Benfell, Carol // American Bar Association Journal;Dec79, Vol. 65 Issue 12, p1796
Reports on an investigation of members of the California Supreme Court following newspaper stories on the use of confidentiality to cover up judicial misconduct. California Commission on Judicial Performance's conduct of public hearings; Public's criticism on the way judges defend their cases;...
- California Justices Face Long Spell Without Pay. // American Bar Association Journal;Nov79, Vol. 65 Issue 11, p1616
Reports that salaries were not paid to California Supreme Court justices during October 1979. Stop payment order that came in the form of a preliminary injunction; Taxpayer suit complaining the justices were ignoring a constitutional requirement that they rule within 90 days after each case.