Justice Stanley Mosk, of the California Supreme Court, on the occasion of the bicentennial of the Bill of Rights. Justice Mosk served on the State Supreme Court for nearly 37 years (1964-2001). He began his career in law in 1942 when he was appointed a Superior Court judge. He was elected Attorney-General of California in 1958 and again in 1962. Mosk established the Attorney General's Civil Rights, Consumer Rights, Constitutional Rights, and Antitrust divisions, and sponsored legislation for police officer training. The Stanley Mosk Library and Courts Building in Sacramento and the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in Los Angeles stand as testaments to his legacy. Black and white photograph, 7 x 5 in.
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