List of Hispanic/Latino American jurists

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This is a list of Hispanic/Latino Americans who are or were judges, magistrate judges, court commissioners, or administrative law judges. If known, it will be listed if a judge has served on multiple courts.

Judge Court/Agency & Years of Service (if known) State/Territory Status
George A. Acero[1] Sacramento County Superior Court (2021– ) California active
John Acosta[2] United States District Court for the District of Oregon (2008– ) Oregon active
Raymond L. Acosta[3] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (1984–2014) Puerto Rico deceased
Rolando Acosta[3] New York City Civil Court (1997–2002); New York Supreme Court, 1st Judicial District (2002–2008); New York Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, First Judicial Department (2008– ) New York active
Fernando L. Aenlle-Rocha[4] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2017–2020); United States District Court for the Central District of California (2020– ) California active
Charles Edward Aguilar[5] Stanislaus County Superior Court (1977–1992) California deceased
Frank Aguilar[6] Harris County District Court (2019– ) Texas active
Robert Peter Aguilar[7] Santa Clara County Superior Court (1979–1980); United States District Court for the Northern District of California (1980–1996) California deceased
Susan L. Aguilar[8] Sacramento County Superior Court (Referee: appt. 1998) California inactive
Frederick P. Aguirre[9] Orange County Superior Court (2002–2017) California retired
Arthur Lawrence Alarcón[10] United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (1979–2015) California deceased
Gregory Alarcon[11] Los Angeles Municipal Court (1993–1996); Los Angeles County Superior Court (1996– ) California active
Samuel Alba[12] United States District Court for the District of Utah (1992–2012) Utah retired
Elsa Alcala[13] Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (2011–2018) Texas did not seek re-election
Veronica Alicea-Galvan[14] King County Superior Court (2015– ) Washington active
Jorge Luis Alonso[15] Circuit Court of Cook County (2003–2014); United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois (2014– ) Illinois active
Roy Altman[16] United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida (2019– ) Florida active
Cecilia Altonaga[17] United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida (2003– ) Florida active
Jose L. Alva[18] San Joaquin County Superior Court (2006– ) California active
Ramon Alvarado[19] Gwinnett County's Recorder's Court (2019–2020[20]) Georgia deceased
Brian Alvarez[21] Fresno County Superior Court (2009– ) California active
Daniel "Danny" Alvarez[22][23] Jefferson County District Court (elected 2018) Kentucky deceased
Micaela Alvarez[24] United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (2004– ) Texas active
Olga Álvarez[25] San Diego County Superior Court (2019– ) California active
Patricia O’Connell Alvarez[26] Texas Court of Appeals (2013– ) Texas active
John Arguelles[9] Los Angeles Superior Court (1969–1984); California Court of Appeal (1984–1987); California Supreme Court (1987–1989) California retired
Christine Arguello[27] United States District Court for the District of Colorado (2008– ) Colorado active
Louis A. Araneta[28] Maricopa County Superior Court (Commissioner: 1990–1993; Judge: 1993–2009) Arizona retired
Silvia R. Arellano[28] Maricopa County Superior Court (appt. 1990) Arizona retired
Maria Arias[29] Queens County Family Court (2010– ) New York active
Raúl M. Arias-Marxuach[30] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (2019– ) Puerto Rico active
Albert Armendariz, Sr.[31][32] Texas Court of Appeals (1986) Texas term ended
Maria Lucy Armendariz[33] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2018– ) California active
M. Christina Armijo[34] United States District Court for the District of New Mexico (2001– ) New Mexico retired
Sergio Armijo[35] Pierce County Superior Court (1994–2009) Washington deceased
Lorenzo Arredondo[36] Lake County Circuit Court (1986–2010) Indiana retired
Rafael A. Arreola[37] San Diego Municipal Court (1981–1998); San Diego Superior Court (1998–2007) California retired
Maria Arroyo[38] San Joaquin County Superior Court (2020) California retired
Anna Maria Baca[28] Maricopa County Superior Court (1994–2009) Arizona retired
Paul A. Bacigalupo[39] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2002– ) California active
Angela Badamo[40] Criminal Court of the City of New York (2017– ) New York active
Rita Badhan[41] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2020– ) California active
Lourdes Baird[42] Superior Court of Los Angeles County (1988–1990); United States District Court for the Central District of California (1992–2005) California retired
Blanca A. Banuelos[43] San Joaquin County Superior Court (2020) California active
Manuel Barbosa[44] U.S. Northern District of Illinois (1998–2012) Illinois deceased
Gus C. Barrera, II[45] San Joaquin County Superior Court (2016– ) California active
Victor T. Barrera[46] Los Angeles Municipal Court (1979–1981); Los Angeles County Superior Court (1981–1999) California deceased
Betsy Barros[47] New York City Civil Court (1996–1997); New York Supreme Court (1998–2014); New York Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, Second Judicial Department (2014– ) New York active
Rosemary Barkett[48] Florida Supreme Court (1985–1993); United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit (1994–2013) Florida active
Alfonso Martin Bazan[49] Citrus Municipal Court (1976–1980); Los Angeles County Superior Court (1980–2000) California deceased
Carlos Bea[50] United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (2003– ) California active
Consuelo Bedoya-Witt[51] Circuit Court of Cook County (1988–2008) Illinois retired
James Beene[52] Arizona Superior Court (2009–2017); Arizona Court of Appeals (2017–2019); Arizona Supreme Court (2019– ) Arizona active
Marissa A. Bejarano[4] San Diego County Superior Court (2021– ) California active
Fortunato Benavides[42] United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (1994–2012) Texas retired
Jose R. Benavides[53] Kern County Superior Court (2010– ) California active
Roger Benitez[54] Imperial County Superior Court (1997–2001); Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of California (2001– ) California active
Wilfredo Benitez[55] Bloomfield Municipal Court (2017– ) New Jersey active
Jesus Bernal[56] United States District Court for the Central District of California (2012– ) California active
Marielsa A. Bernard[57] Montgomery County Circuit Court (2002– ) Maryland active
Francisco Besosa[58] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (2006– ) Puerto Rico active
Cathy Bissoon[59] United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania (2008– ) Pennsylvania active
James Blancarte[60] Los Angeles County Superior Court (Commissioner: 2006–2018; Judge: 2018– ) California active
Alicia Yoko Blanco[61] Los Angeles County Superior Court (Commissioner: 2015–2020: Judge: 2020– ) California active
Arthur Bocanegra[62] San Mateo County Superior Court (2002– ) California active
Suzanne Bolanos[63] San Francisco County Superior Court (2003– ) California active
Armando Bonilla United States Court of Federal Claims (2022– ) Washington, D.C. active
David W. Bonilla[64] Sacramento County Superior Court (2021– ) California active
Hugo R. Borja[65] San Mateo County Superior Court (Commissioner: 2006– ) California active
Ernest Borunda[66] San Diego Municipal Court (1979–1998); San Diego Superior Court (1998–2000) California retired
Ana M. Bravo[67] Sacramento County Superior Court (Commissioner: appt. 2006) California inactive
David Briones[68] United States District Court for the Western District of Texas (1994– ) Texas active
Francisco P. Briseño[69] Orange County Superior Court (1979–2014) California active
Vernon S. Broderick[70] United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (2013– ) New York active
Jeffrey Bryan[71] Minnesota Court of Appeals (2019– ) Minnesota active
Dean Bucci[72] Paulding Judicial Circuit (2015– ) Georgia active
Juan Guerrero Burciaga[73] United States District Court for the District of New Mexico (1979–1995) New Mexico deceased
José A. Cabranes[74] United States District Court for the District of Connecticut (1979–1994); United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (1994– ) Connecticut active
Maria M. Cabret[75] Territorial Court of the Virgin Islands (1987–2006); Supreme Court of the Virgin Islands (2006– ) United States Virgin Islands active
Consuelo Callahan[74] Stockton Municipal Court (Commissioner: 1986–1992); San Joaquin County Superior Court (1992–1996); California Court of Appeal for the Third District (1996–2003); United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (2003– ) California active
Santiago E. Campos[76] United States District Court for the District of New Mexico (1978–2001) New Mexico deceased
Barbara Canales[77] Nueces County Court (2019– ) Texas active
Francisco Cancino[78] Administrative Law Judge [U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR)] California active
Hiram Rafael Cancio[79] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (1967–1974) Puerto Rico deceased
Aileen Cannon[80] United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida (2020– ) Florida active
Raoul G. Cantero III[81] Florida Supreme Court (2002–2008) Florida retired
Kathleen Cardone[82] United States District Court for the Western District of Texas (2003– ) Texas active
Jane Cardoza[83] Fresno County Superior Court (1996– ) California active
Silvia Carreño-Coll[84] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (2011– ) Puerto Rico active
Audrey Carrion[85] Eighth Circuit Court for Baltimore City (1999– ) Maryland active
John Carro[86] New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, (1979–1994) New York retired
Salvador E. Casellas[87] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (1994–2017) Puerto Rico deceased
Esther Castellanos[88] Sacramento County Superior Court (Commissioner: 1985–2007) California retired
Jose S. Castillo[89] San Diego County Superior Court (2020– ) California active
Michele M. Castillo[90] Ventura County Superior Court (2018– ) California active
Ruben Castillo[91] United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois (1994–2019) Illinois retired
Arturo Castro[92] Alameda County Superior Court (2015– ) California active
Federico Castro[93] Orange County Superior Court (1994–2014) California retired
Leonardo Castro[94] Second Judicial District in Ramsey County, Minnesota (2012– ) Minnesota active
Raúl Héctor Castro[95] Pima County Superior Court (1958–1964) Arizona deceased
Roy Cazares[96] San Diego Municipal Court (appt. 1982); San Diego Superior Court (ret. 2000) California retired
David Cerda[91] Illinois Court of Appeals (1989– ) Illinois active
Carmen Consuelo Cerezo[97] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (1980–2021) Puerto Rico retired
Alicia R. Chacón[98] El Paso County Court (1990–1994) Texas lost reelection
Luz Elena D. Chapa[99] Texas Court of Appeals (2013– ) Texas active
Anita Lewis Chavez[100] City of Phoenix Court (Judge Pro Tem) Arizona deceased
Edward L. Chavez[101] New Mexico Supreme Court (2003–2018) New Mexico retired
Harriet Chavez[102] Phoenix Municipal Court (1989–1991); Maricopa County Superior Court (Commissioner: 1991–2003; Judge: 2003–2014) Arizona retired
Victor E. Chavez[103][104] Los Angeles County Superior Court (1990–2020; Presiding Judge: 1999–2000) California deceased
Victoria M. Chavez[105] Los Angeles County Superior Court (1992–2005); California 2nd District Court of Appeal (2005– ) California active
Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick[106] New York City Criminal Court (1978–1983); New York Supreme Court (1982–1994); New York Court of Appeals (1994–2012) New York retired
Theresa M. Cisneros[107] Colorado Fourth Judicial District (1997–2019) Colorado retired
Brenda Claudio[108] 21st Judicial Circuit in Illinois (2021– ) Illinois active
Dori Contreras[109] Texas Court of Appeals (2003– ) Texas active
Joe W. Contreras[110][111] Arizona Court of Appeals (1979–1996) Arizona deceased
Matias R. Contreras[112] Imperial County Superior Court California unknown
Rudolph Contreras[113] United States District Court for the District of Columbia (2012– ); United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (2016– ) Washington, D.C. active
Carlos Cordova[114] Perrysburg Courts Ohio deceased
Ricardo Cordova[115] Stanislaus County Superior Court (2003– ) California active
Valdemar Aguirre Cordova[116] United States District Court for the District of Arizona (1978–1988) Arizona deceased
Natalia "Nata" Cornelio[117] Harris County District Court (2021– ) Texas active
Adolfo Corona[118] Fresno County Superior Court (2003– ) California active
Maria Luz Corona[119] Lake County Domestic Relations Court Indiana active
Jaime R. Corral[120] Los Angeles County Superior Court (1979–1999) California retired
Geary D. Cortes[121] San Diego Municipal Court (1993–1994); San Diego Superior Court (1994–2003) California retired
Sonia Cortes[122] Yolo County Superior Court (2015– ) California active
Annabelle G. Cortez[123] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2012– ) California active
Angel A. Cortiñas[124] Florida Third District Court of Appeal (2005– ) Florida active
Gregg Costa[125] United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (2012–2014); United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (2014– ) Texas active
Francisca Cota[28] Phoenix Municipal Court (1994– ) Arizona active
Raymond Cota[126] Imperial County Superior Court (ret. 2016) California retired
John D. Couriel[127] Supreme Court of Florida (2020– ) Florida active
Manuel Covarrubias[128] Ventura County Superior Court (2002– ) California active
Virginia M. Hernandez Covington[129] United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida (2004– ) Florida active
Randy Crane[130] United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (2002– ) Texas active
Rene Cruz[131] Illinois 16th Circuit Court (2012– ) Illinois active
Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar[132] Supreme Court of California (2015–2021) California resigned
Gonzalo P. Curiel[133] United States District Court for the Southern District of California (2012– ) California active
Yolanda L. Curtin[134] Harford County Circuit Court (2013– ) Illinois active
Uley Norris Damiani[135] Alexandria Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court (2009– ) Virginia active
Maria Davalos[136] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2016- ) California active
Edward Davila[137] Santa Clara County Superior Court (2001–2011); United States District Court for the Northern District of California (2011– ) California active
Ana de Alba[138] Fresno County Superior Court (2018–2022); United States District Court for the Eastern District of California (2022– ) California active
David Francisco De Alba[139] Sacramento County Superior Court (2001– ) California active
James DeAnda[140] United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (1979–1992) Texas deceased
Michelle DeCasas[141] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2020- ) California active
Thomas A. Delaney[142] Orange County Superior Court (2014– ) California active
J. Antonio DelCampo[143] DeKalb County State Court (2002–2011) Georgia resigned
Armando De Leon[28] Maricopa County Superior Court (1983–1999) Arizona retired
Jessica Delgado[1] Santa Clara County Superior Court (2021– ) California active
Jo Ann Delgado[144] Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Place 1 of Harris County, Texas (2001– ) Texas active
Pedro Delgado Hernández[145] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (2014– ) Puerto Rico active
Aida Delgado-Colon[146] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (2006– ) Puerto Rico active
Justine Del Muro[147] 16th Judicial Circuit (1993– ) Missouri active
Victor Del Pino[148] Montgomery County District Court (2019– ) Maryland active
Marisa Demeo[149] Superior Court of the District of Columbia (2007– ) Washington, D.C. active
Paul De Muniz[150] Oregon Court of Appeals (1990–2000); Oregon Supreme Court (2001–2013) Oregon retired
Thomas DeSantos[151] Kings County Superior Court (2003–2018); California Fifth District Court of Appeal (2018– ) California active
Albert Diaz[152] North Carolina Superior Court (2001–2005); North Carolina Business Court (2005–2009); United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (2010– ) North Carolina active
Enriqueta Diaz[153] Maverick County Court Texas unknown
J. Michael Diaz[154] King County Superior Court (2018– ) Washington active
Joe Diaz[155] Georgia Northeastern Judicial Circuit (2015– ) Georgia active
Marta S. Diaz[156] San Mateo County Superior Court (1997–2019) California retired
Monica Diaz[157] Fresno County Superior Court (2017– ) California active
Nelson Diaz[158] Court of Common Pleas, First Judicial District of Pennsylvania (1981–1993) Pennsylvania retired
Samuel Diaz, Jr.[159] Riverside County Superior Court (2009– ) California active
Daniel R. Dominguez[160] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (1994– ) Puerto Rico active
Denise Dominguez[161] Civil Court of the City of New York (2013– ) New York active
E. Carlos Dominguez[4] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2021– ) California active
Louis F. Dominguez[28] Phoenix Municipal Court (appt. 1994); Surprise Municipal Court Arizona active
Leopoldo E. Dorado[162] San Leandro-Hayward Municipal Court (1988–1998); Alameda County Superior Court (1998– ) California active
David W. Dugan[163] United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois (2020– ) Illinois active
Angela M. Eaves[164] District Court of Maryland, District 9, Harford County (2000–2007); Harford County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit (2007–2022); Maryland Court of Appeals (2022– ) Maryland active
Laura A. Echartea[165] Michigan 36th District Court (2011– ) Michigan active
Elma Salinas Ender[166] 341st Judicial District of Texas (1983–2012) Texas retired
Ana L. Escobar[167] General Sessions Court (Davidson County) (2018– ) Tennessee active
Veronica Escobar[168] El Paso County Court (Commissioner: 2006–2010; Judge: 2010–2017) Texas resigned
Carmen E. Espinosa[169] New Britain District Superior Court (1992–2011); Connecticut Appellate Court (2011–2013); Connecticut Supreme Court (2013–2017) Connecticut retired
Peter P. Espinoza[170] Los Angeles Municipal Court (1994–1997); Los Angeles County Superior Court (1997–2016) California retired
Margarita Esquiroz[171] Florida 11th Judicial Circuit Court (1979–2010) Florida deceased
Teresa Estrada-Mullaney[172] San Luis Obispo Superior Court (1991–2011) California retired
David Estudillo[173] Grant County Superior Court (2015–2021); United States District Court for the Western District of Washington (2021– ) Washington active
Alfonso Fernandez[174] Santa Clara County Superior Court (1998–2012) California retired
Ferdinand Fernandez[175] United States District Court for the Central District of California (1985–1989); United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (1989– ) California active
Kenneth J. Fernandez[176] Riverside County Superior Court (2018– ) California active
Lloyd Fernandez[110] Arizona Court of Appeals (appt. 1985) Arizona unknown
Manuel "Manny" Adam Fernandez[177] Thirty-Fourth Judicial District Court (2001–2013) Louisiana deceased
Juan B. Fernandez-Badillo[178] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (1967–1989) Puerto Rico deceased
Faustino J. Fernandez-Vina[179] New Jersey Supreme Court (2013–2022) New Jersey retired
Nicholas Figueroa[180] Supreme Court of The State of New York New York retired
Raul Figueroa[181] Buffalo City Court (ret. 2001) New York retired
Francisco F. Firmat[182] Orange County Superior Court (1985–2013) California retired
Daniel A. Flores[183] San Francisco County Superior Court (2014– ) California active
Joseph Flores[184] Lucas County Juvenile Court (1981–2003) Ohio retired
Rogelio R. Flores[185] Santa Barbara Municipal Court (Commissioner: 1987–1997; Judge: 1997–1998); Santa Barbara County Superior Court (1998–2018) California retired
Eduardo Fontanez Jr.[186] East Chicago City Court (2003– ) Indiana active
Jose Franco[187] Santa Clara County Superior Court (2015– ) California active
Gabriel A. Fuentes[188] U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois (2019– ) Illinois active
Julio M. Fuentes[189] United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (2000– ) New Jersey active
José A. Fusté[190] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (1985–2016) Puerto Rico retired
Veronica Galvan[191] King County Superior Court Washington active
Albert J. Garcia[192] Los Angeles County Superior Court (Commissioner: 1993–2008) California retired
Alfredo Garcia[193] San Benito Municipal Court Texas deceased
Arthur A. Garcia[194] Santa Barbara County Superior Court (Commissioner: 1996–2003; Judge: 2003– ) California active
Carmen M. Garcia[195] Trenton Municipal Court (1998–2004) New Jersey resigned
David Garcia[196] Will County Court (2013– ) Illinois active
Denisse Garcia[197] Texas Court of Appeals (2020– ) Texas active
Edward J. Garcia[198] Sacramento Municipal Court (1972–1984); United States District Court for the Eastern District of California (1984–1996) California inactive
Hipolito Frank Garcia[199] Bexar County Law Court (1964–1974); 144th Judicial District Court of Bexar County (1975–1980); United States District Court for the Western District of Texas (1980–2002) Texas deceased
Luis Garcia[200] San Francisco Municipal Court (ended in 1982) California died in office
Lupe C. Garcia[201] Alameda County Superior Court (2016– ) California active
Marc A. Garcia[202] Merced County Superior Court (2007–2015) California resigned
Mario Garcia[203] Southern District of Indiana (2020– ) Indiana active
Michael J. Garcia[204] New York Court of Appeals (2016– ) New York active
Michael T. Garcia[205] Sacramento County Superior Court (1989–2009) California retired
Orlando Luis Garcia[206] United States District Court for the Western District of Texas (1994– ) Texas active
Patricia Garcia[207] San Diego County Superior Court (2003– ) California active
Peter J. Garcia[208] 22nd Judicial District Court (1996–2020) Louisiana deceased
Richard "Rick" Garcia[209] Alaska Fourth Judicial District (2019– ) Alaska active
Sylvia Garcia[210] Harris County Commissioners Court (2003–2010) Texas lost reelection
Jay A. Garcia-Gregory[211] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (2000– ) Puerto Rico active
Candice Garcia-Rodrigo[212] San Bernardino County Superior Court (2021– ) California active
Donna G. Garza[213] San Bernardino County Superior Court (appt. 1998) California active
Emilio M. Garza[214] United States District Court for the Western District of Texas (1988–1991); United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (1991–2015) Texas retired
John C. Gastelum[215] Orange County Superior Court (2003– ) California active
Gustavo Gelpí[216] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (2006–2021); United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit (2021– ) Puerto Rico active
Gilberto Gierbolini-Ortiz[217] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (1980–2004) Puerto Rico deceased
Loretta M. Giorgi[218] San Francisco County Superior Court (2006– ) California active
Mario A. Goderich[219] Industrial Claims Court (appt. 1975); Florida Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court (appt. 1978); Florida Third Judicial Circuit Court (appt. 1990) Florida retired
Michael Gomez[220] Harris County District Court (2009– ) Texas active
Douglas "Doug" Gonzales[221] 19th Judicial District Court (1976–1990); 1st Circuit Court of Appeal (1990–2002) Louisiana deceased
Gregory M. Gonzales[222] Clark County Superior Court Washington active
Kenneth John Gonzales[223] United States District Court for the District of New Mexico (2013– ) New Mexico active
Alejandro R. González[224] 83rd Judicial District of the State of Texas (1984–1999); Appointed by Governor Mark White February 1, 1984; Resigned April 30, 1999 (Health) Texas deceased
Hector Gonzalez[225] United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York (2022– ) New York active
Luis A. Gonzalez[226] New York Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, First Judicial Department (2002–2018) New York retired
Irma Elsa Gonzalez[52] United States District Court for the Southern District of California (1984–2013) California retired
Jose Alejandro Gonzalez Jr.[227] Florida Seventeenth Judicial Circuit Court (1964–1978); United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida (1978– ) Florida active
Luis A. Gonzalez[228] New York City Civil Court (1985–1992); New York Supreme Court, 12th Judicial District (1992–2002); First Judicial Department (2002– ) New York active
Raul A. Gonzalez Jr.[229] Texas Supreme Court (1984–1998) Texas retired
Rene G. Gonzalez[230] Anchorage Superior Court (1984–2002) Alaska retired
Roberto Gonzalez[231] Providence Housing Court (2004– ) Rhode Island active
Steven Gonzalez[232] Supreme Court of Washington (2012– ) Washington active
Charles Grabau[233] Massachusetts Superior Court (appt. 1985) Massachusetts retired
Donald Grajales[234] New York State Court of Claims New York deceased
Jennifer Johnson Grant[191] Lake Forest Park Municipal Court Washington active
Evelio M. Grillo[235] Alameda County Superior Court (2003– ) California active
Steven D. Grimberg[236] United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia (2019– ) Georgia active
David Campos Guaderrama[237] United States District Court for the Western District of Texas (2010– ) Texas active
Amparo Monique Guerra[238] Texas First Court of Appeals (2020– ) Texas active
Amy K. Guerra[176] Fresno County Superior Court (2018– ) California active
Reynaldo Guerra Garza[239] United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (1961–1979); United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (1979–2004) Texas deceased
Teresa Guerrero-Daley[240] Santa Clara County Superior Court (appt. 2004) California deceased
Alfonso J. “Jess” González[241] Lucas County Common Pleas Court (2019– ) Ohio active
Louis Guirola Jr.[242] United States District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi (2004– ); United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (2019– ) Mississippi; Washington, D.C. active
Annie M. Gutierrez[243] Imperial County Superior Court (appt. 2002) California term ended
Arturo F. Gutierrez[244] Ventura County Superior Court (2002– ) California active
Carlos R. Gutierrez[245] Solano County Superior Court (2016– ) California active
Gilbert Gutierrez[246] Weld County District Court (1997–2010) Colorado retired
Hector E. Gutierrez[247] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2014– ) California active
Nancy Gutierrez[248] Hardeeville Municipal Court South Carolina active
Philip S. Gutierrez[249] Los Angeles County Superior Court (1997–2007); United States District Court for the Central District of California (2007– ) California active
Sergio Gutierrez[250] Idaho Court of Appeals (1993–2018) Idaho retired
Eva Guzman[251] Supreme Court of Texas (2009–2021) Texas resigned
Joseph Guzman[252] Maricopa Justice Courts (1991– ) Arizona active
Ronald A. Guzman[253] United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois (1990– ) Illinois active
Nanette Hasette[254] Nueces County District Court Texas active
Cecily C. Hazelrigg[255] Washington State Court of Appeals (2019– ) Washington active
Lisa S. Headley[256] New York City Civil Court, New York County (2015– ) New York active
Aurora Chaides Hernandez[257] Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace (elec. 1994) Texas active
George C. Hernandez Jr.[258] Alameda County Municipal Court (1989–1996); Alameda County Superior Court (1996–2018) California retired
Helios Joe Hernandez[259] Superior Court of Riverside County (2001–2018) California retired
Marco A. Hernandez[260] United States District Court for the District of Oregon (2011– ) Oregon active
Todd Hernandez[261] 19th Judicial District Court (2001–2018) Louisiana retired
Federico Hernández Denton[262] Supreme Court of Puerto Rico (1985–2014) Puerto Rico retired
Deborah Hernandez-Mitchell[263] 18th Judicial District Court (2015– ) Kansas active
Benjamin P. Hernandez-Stern[4] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2021– ) California active
Judith C. Herrera[264] United States District Court for the District of New Mexico (2004– ) New Mexico active
Lina Hidalgo[265] Harris County Court (2018– ) Texas active
Leticia Hinojosa[266] Texas Court of Appeals (2016– ) Texas active
Ricardo Hinojosa[267] United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (1983– ) Texas active
Marcia Morales Howard[268] United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida (2003– ) Florida active
Richard A. Ibanez[269] Los Angeles County Superior Court (appt. 1995) California deceased
Dora Irizarry[270] New York City Criminal Court (1995–1997); Court of Claims in Kings County (1997–1998); Court of Claims in Manhattan (1998–2002); United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York (2004– ) New York active
Lillian Vega Jacobs[271] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2014– ) California active
Augustin R. Jimenez[1] Sacramento County Superior Court (2021– ) California active
Pedro Jimenez[272] Vicinage 7 Superior Court (2008–2016) New Jersey resigned
Michael W. Jones[273] Placer County Superior Court (2012– ) California active
Adalberto Jordan[48] United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida (1999–2012); United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit (2012– ) Florida active
Norma Guzman Kauzlarich[274] Fourteenth Judicial Circuit Court (2014– ) Illinois active
Ellie Kerstetter[275] Jefferson County Family Court (2020– ) Kentucky active
Robbie Partida-Kipness[276] Texas Court of Appeals (2018– ) Texas active
Erick Kolthoff[277] Supreme Court of Puerto Rico (2009– ) Puerto Rico active
Maria Korvick[278] Florida Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court (1981–2019) Florida retired
Vanessa Kosky[279] City of Doraville Municipal Court (2020– ) Georgia active
Jorge Labarga[280] Florida Supreme Court (2009–2018) Florida retired
Carlos Flores Laboy[281] Prince William County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court (2020– ) Virginia active
Danilo "Danny" Lacayo[282] Harris County District Court (2019– ) Texas active
Hector Manuel Laffitte[283] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (1983–2007) Puerto Rico retired
Barbara Lagoa[48] Florida Third District Court of Appeal (2006–2019); Supreme Court of Florida (2019); United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit (2019– ) Florida active
George La Plata[284] United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan (2013–2017) Michigan deceased
Luis A. Lavin[285] Los Angeles Superior Court; California Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District (2015– ) California active
Robert W. Lee[286] Broward County Circuit Court (1997– ) Florida active
Monica Lepe-Negrete[287] Imperial County Superior Court (2019– ) California active
Jose L. Linares[288] Essex County Superior Court (2000–2002); United States District Court for the District of New Jersey (2002–2019) New Jersey retired
Nora Longoria[289] Texas Court of Appeals (2012– ) Texas active
Roberto Longoria[290] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2011– ) California active
Daniel S. Lopez[291] Los Angeles Municipal Court (1989–1994); Los Angeles County Superior Court (1994–2014) California retired
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Linda Lopez[295] United States District Court for the Southern District of California (2018– ) California active
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Rogelio "Roger" Lopez, Jr.[297] Precinct 4 (Bexar County) Texas active
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Margarita Lopez-Torres[299] Kings County Surrogate's Court (2006– ) New York active
Hugo J. Loza[300] Tulare County Superior Court (Commissioner: 1995–2015; Judge: 2015– ) California active
Rodolfo Lozano[301] United States District Court for the Northern District of Indiana (1998–2018) Indiana active
Carlos F. Lucero[302] United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit (1993– ) Colorado active
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Sharon A. Lueras[304] Sacramento County Superior Court (2007– ) California active
Carolina Lugo[176] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2018– ) California active
Eugene D. Lujan[305][306] Supreme Court of New Mexico (1945–1959) New Mexico deceased
Elizabeth Macias[307] Orange County Superior Court (2012– ) California active
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Patricia A. Madrid[309] New Mexico District Court (appt. 1978) New Mexico unknown
Petra Jimenez Maes[76] New Mexico Supreme Court (1998–2018) New Mexico retired
Nelida Malave-Gonzales[310] Bronx County Surrogate's Court (2012– ) New York active
Albert Maldonado[311] Monterey County Superior Court (1995–2017) California retired
Nancy L. Maldonado[312] United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois (2022– ) Illinois active
Sallie Manzanet-Daniels[313] New York City Civil Court (1999–2001); New York Supreme Court (2001–2009); New York Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, First Judicial Department (2009– ) New York active
Marina Marmolejo[314] United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (2011– ) Texas active
Alfredo Chavez Marquez[249] United States District Court for the District of Arizona (1980–2014) Arizona deceased
Jose D.L. Marquez[315] Colorado Court of Appeals (1988–2008) Colorado retired
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Miguel Márquez[317] California Court of Appeal, Sixth Appellate District (2012– ) California active
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Alex J. Martinez[322] Supreme Court of Colorado (1996–2011) Colorado resigned
Ana Martinez[117] Harris County District Court (2021– ) Texas active
Ana Maria Martinez[323] DeKalb State Court (2022– ) Georgia active
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Michael Martinez[326] Michigan 50th District Court (2003– ) Michigan active
Philip Ray Martinez[327] United States District Court for the Western District of Texas (2002–2021) Texas deceased
Rebeca Martinez[328] Texas Court of Appeals (2013– ) Texas active
Ricardo S. Martinez[329] King County Superior Court (1990–1998); United States District Court for the Western District of Washington (1998– ) Washington active
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Rafael Martínez Torres[334] Supreme Court of Puerto Rico (2009– ) Puerto Rico active
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David M. Medina[336] Supreme Court of Texas (2004–2012) Texas term ended
Harold Medina[337] United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (1947–1951); United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (1951–1980) New York deceased
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Rita Mella[340] New York County Surrogate's Court (2012– ) New York active
John Mendez[341] Sacramento County Superior Court (2001–2008); United States District Court for the Eastern District of California (2008– ) California active
Manuel J. Mendez[342] New York State Supreme Court, New York County (2013– ) New York active
Carlos Eduardo Mendoza[343] United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida (2014– ) Florida active
John F. Mendoza[344] Nevada Eighth Judicial District Court Nevada deceased
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Salvador Mendoza Jr.[346] Municipal and Juvenile Courts in Benton County and Franklin County (Judge Pro Tem: 1999–2013); Superior Court for Benton and Franklin Counties (2013–2014); United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington (2014– ); United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (2022– ) Washington active
Alberto Miera[347] Ramsey Court Court (appt. 1983) Minnesota suspended
Myrna Milan[348] Newark Municipal Court New Jersey unknown
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Raymond Mireles[349] Los Angeles County Superior Court (1987–2003) California retired
Teresa Molina[350] Cook Judicial Circuit Court (2019– ) Illinois active
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Franklin S. Montero[355] Bergenfield Municipal Court (2020– ) New Jersey active
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Anna Montoya-Paez[357] Santa Cruz County Superior Court Arizona active
Maricela Moore[358] 162nd Judicial District Court of Dallas County Texas active
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Nilda Morales-Horowitz[360] New York State Supreme Court, Westchester County (2001– ) New York active
Emily Morales-Minerva[361] New York City Civil Court, New York County (2017– ) New York active
Armando Moreno[362] Los Angeles County Superior Court (Commissioner: appt. 1992) California unknown
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Barbara Rodriguez Mundell[367] Maricopa County Superior Court (2001–2010) Arizona retired
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Frances Munoz[369] Orange County Harbor Judicial District (appt. 1978) California retired
Gregory Munoz[370] Orange County Superior Court (1999–2014) California retired
Carlos Murguia[371] United States District Court for the District of Kansas (1999–2020) Kansas resigned
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Clemente Ruiz Nazario[377] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (1952–1966) Puerto Rico deceased
Lenore Carrero Nesbitt[378] United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida (1983–2001) Florida deceased
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Emilio Nunez[379] New York City Magistrate (1951–1952); Court of Special Sessions (1952–1956); New York City Court (1956–1962); Supreme Court, First Appellate Department (1962–1977) New York deceased
Gustalo Nunez[380] Lorain Municipal Court Ohio retired
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Richard A. Pacheco[400] Orange County Superior Court (Commissioner: 2001–2016; Judge: 2016– ) California active
Richard Paez[401] United States District Court for the Central District of California (1994–2000); United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (2000– ) California active
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Sandra T. Parga[131] Illinois 16th Circuit Court (2017– ) Illinois active
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Rosendo Pena[404] Fresno County Superior Court (2002–2012); California Fifth District Court of Appeal (2012– ) California active
André M. Peñalver[191] Pierce County Superior Court Washington active
Bianka Perez[405] New York City Civil Court, Bronx County (2016– ) New York active
David D. Perez Jr.[406] Los Angeles County Superior Court (appt. 1985) California retired
Jaime "James" O. Perez[407] Orange County Municipal Court (1966–1975); Orange County Superior Court (1975–1987) California deceased
Joe T. Perez[408] Orange County Superior Court (Commissioner: 2007–2010; Judge: 2010– ) California active
Mario Perez[409] North Carolina 3A Judicial District (2018– ) North Carolina active
Michael “Mike” E. Perez[410] Superior Court of Orange County (2018– ) California active
Myrna Pérez[411] United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (2021– ) New York active
Juan Pérez-Giménez[412] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (1979–2020) Puerto Rico deceased
Hernan Gregorio Pesquera[413] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (1972–1982) Puerto Rico deceased
Rachel L. Pickering[414] Kansas Court of Appeals (2022– ) Kansas active
Jaime Pieras Jr.[415] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (1982–2011) Puerto Rico deceased
Diccia T. Pineda-Kirwan[416] Supreme Court 11th Judicial District (2009– ) New York active
Edmund Ponce de Leon[417] Circuit Court of Cook County (1996–2016) Illinois retired
Joseph Porras[123] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2012– ) California active
Richard W. Postma, Jr.[418] Alaska District Courts (2007–2010) Alaska lost reelection
Edward C. Prado[387] United States District Court for the Western District of Texas (1984–2003); United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (2003–2018) Texas retired
Victoria Pratt[419] Newark Municipal Court New York active
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Cesar Quinones[421] New York Supreme Court, Criminal Division (1987–1995) New York active
Connie Quinones[207] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2013– ) California active
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Nitza I. Quiñones Alejandro[423] Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas (1991–2013); United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (2013– ) Pennsylvania active
Gilbert Ramirez[424] New York State Supreme Court New York retired
Irma Carrillo Ramirez[425] United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas (2002– ) Texas active
Juan Ramirez Jr.[426] Florida Third District Court of Appeal (2000–2012) Florida retired
Leticia Ramirez[427] Civil Court of the City of New York (2011– ) New York active
Manuel A. Ramirez[428] California Court of Appeal (1990– ) California active
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Norma Villarreal Ramirez[430] Zapata County Court (elec. 1994) Texas unknown
Ralph M. Ramirez[431] Waukesha County Circuit Court (1999– ) Wisconsin active
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Hector Ramon[434] Santa Clara County Superior Court (2006– ) California active
Edgardo Ramos[337] United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (2011– ) New York active
Nelva Gonzales Ramos[435] United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (2011– ) Texas active
Sandra G. Ramos[436] Cook Judicial Circuit Court (2010– ) Illinois active
Manuel Real[437] United States District Court for the Central District of California (1966–2019) California deceased
Preciliano Recendez[438] Los Angeles County Superior Court (Commissioner: 1991–2005) California deceased
Luis Felipe Restrepo[439] United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (2013–2016); United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (2016– ) Pennsylvania active
Jesse Reyes[440] Illinois Court of Appeals (2013– ) Illinois active
Peter Reyes Jr.[441] Minnesota Court of Appeals (2014– ) Minnesota active
Ramon E. Reyes, Jr.[442] Magistrate Judge, United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York (2006-) New York active
Jimmie V. Reyna[443] United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (2011– ) Washington, D.C. active
Renee C. Reyna[4] San Mateo County Superior Court (2021–) California active
Cruz Reynoso California Court of Appeal, Third District (1976–1982); Supreme Court of California (1982–1987) California retired
Clara Rigmaiden[444] Lane County Circuit Court (2013– ) Oregon active
Dorothy Comstock Riley[445] Wayne County Circuit (1972–1976); Michigan Court of Appeals (1976–1982); Michigan Supreme Court (1982–1983; 1985–1997) Michigan deceased
Cheryl Rios (Kingfisher)[446] Third Judicial District (2008– ) Kansas active
Dora M. Rios[447] Solano County Superior Court (2017– ) California active
Irene Rios[448] Texas Court of Appeals (2016– ) Texas active
Jaime Rios[383] New York City Civil Court and the Housing Court; New York Supreme Court for Queens County (ret. 2013) New York retired
Veronica Rivas-Molloy[449] Texas Court of Appeals (First District) (2020– ) Texas active
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Maria Rivera[452] Superior Court of Contra Costa County (1996–2002); California 1st Appellate District (2002–2018) California retired
Richard Rivera[453] Albany County Court (2015– ) New York active
Edgardo Rivera García[454] Supreme Court of Puerto Rico (2010– ) Puerto Rico active
Francis M. Robles[455] Hillsborough Circuit Court (d. 1933) Florida died in office
Eduardo C. Robreno[456] United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (1992–2013) Pennsylvania retired
Armando Rodriguez[457] Fresno Municipal Court (1975–1978); Fresno County Superior Court (1978–1995) California deceased
Armando Rodriguez[458] Precinct 6 (Harris County) (1973–2018) Texas retired
Angela Rodriguez[459] Precinct 6 (Harris County) (2018– ) Texas active
Elizabet Rodriguez[460] Kern County Superior Court (2021– ) California active
Fernando Rodriguez Jr.[461] United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (2018– ) Texas active
Fiordaliza A. Rodriguez[462] New York City Family Court, Bronx County (2015– ) New York active
Jesus A. Rodriguez[463] Butte County Superior Court (2018– ) California active
Joseph H. Rodriguez[288] United States District Court for the District of New Jersey (1985– ) New Jersey active
Julia Rodriguez[464] New York State Supreme Court, Bronx County (2013– ) New York active
Lina Rodriquez[465] Pima County Superior Court (1984–2004) Arizona retired
Liza A. Rodriguez[466] Texas Court of Appeals (2018– ) Texas active
Luis A. Rodriguez[93] Orange County Superior Court (1994–2014) California retired
Maite Oronoz Rodríguez[467] Puerto Rico Supreme Court (2014– ) Puerto Rico active
Norma Rodriguez[468] Benton-Franklin Superior Court (2022– ) Washington active
Raymond Rodriguez[469] New York City Criminal Court (appt. 2013) New York active
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Xavier Rodriguez[473] Texas Supreme Court Justice, Place 5 (2001–2002); United States District Court for the Western District of Texas (2003– ) Texas active
Yvonne T. Rodriguez[474] Texas Court of Appeals (2012– ) Texas active
Sonia Rodriguez-True[191] Yakima County Superior Court (Commissioner) Washington active
Paul Roetman[475] Alaska Second District Superior Court (2010– ) Alaska active
Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers[74] Alameda County Superior Court (2008–2011); United States District Court for the Northern District of California (2011– ) California active
Marco A. Roldan[476] Jackson County Circuit Court (1999– ) Missouri active
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Jaime Roman[479] Sacramento County Superior Court (2007– ) California active
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Nelson S. Román[481] United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (2013– ) New York active
Enrique Romero[482][483] Los Angeles County Superior Court (ret. 1999) California deceased
Richard Romero[484] Los Angeles County Superior Court (1989– ) California active
Llinét Beltré Rosado[485] New York State Supreme Court, Bronx County (2012– ) New York active
Diana Rosario[486] Cook Judicial Circuit Court (2014– ) Illinois active
Luis Rovira[487] Colorado District Court (1976–1979); Colorado Supreme Court (1979–1995) Colorado retired
Maria Ruhl[488] Florida 12th Judicial Circuit (2019– ) Florida active
David A. Ruiz[489] United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio (2016– ) Ohio active
Rodolfo Ruiz[490] Miami-Dade County Court (2012–2014); Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court of Florida (2014–2019); United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida (2019– ) Florida active
Vanessa Ruiz[491] District of Columbia Court of Appeals (1994– ) Washington, D.C. active
Dennis G. Saab[492] State Bar of California Court (2019– ) California active
Esther Salas[195] United States District Court for the District of New Jersey (2006– ) New Jersey active
John S. Salazar[493] Santa Cruz County Superior Court (Commissioner: 1998–2000; Judge: 2000–2022) California retired
Fidel Salcedo[494] Reno Justice Court Nevada unknown
Diana Saldaña[495] United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (2011– ) Texas active
Gregory H. Saldivar[496] Santa Clara County Superior Court (Commissioner: 1998– ) California active
Gabriel P. Sanchez[497] California Court of Appeal, First Appellate District (2018–2022); United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (2022– ) California active
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Robert E. Sanchez DuFour[61] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2020– ) California active
Brian Sandoval[500] United States District Court for the District of Nevada (2005–2009) Nevada resigned
Gerardo Sandoval[501] San Francisco County Superior Court (2008– ) California active
Robert J. Sandoval[502] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2001–2006) California deceased
Irma Vidal Santaella[citation needed] New York Supreme Court (appt. 1983) New York deceased
Ray A. Santana[503] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2008–2021) California retired
Beatrice Santiago[504] Cook Judicial Circuit Court Illinois active
Virna L. Santos[372] Fresno County Superior Court (2022– ) California active
Salvador Sarmiento[505] Orange County Superior Court (Commissioner: 1997–2003; Judge: 2003– ) California active
Valeriano Saucedo[506] Tulare County Superior Court (2001–2015) California removed
Nathan R. Scott[507] Orange County Superior Court (2012– ) California active
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Clarissa Silva[509] Texas Court of Appeals (2021– ) Texas active
Cristina D. Silva[510] Nevada District Court (2019–2022); United States District Court for the District of Nevada (2022– ) Nevada active
Phillip A. Silva[511] Fresno County Superior Court (appt. 1998) California retired
Rafael A. Sivilla-Jones[4] Santa Clara County Superior Court (2021–) California active
Jorge Antonio Solis[512] United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas (1991–2016) Texas retired
Bertila Soto[513] Eleventh Judicial Circuit in Miami-Dade County, Florida (2002– ) Florida active
Faviola A. Soto[514] New York State Court of Claims (2006– ) New York active
James Alan Soto[515] Santa Cruz County Superior Court (2001–2014); United States District Court for the District of Arizona (2014– ) Arizona active
Sonia Sotomayor[270] United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (1992–1998); United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (1998–2009); Supreme Court of the United States (2009– ) Washington, D.C. active
Kara Farnandez Stoll[516] United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (2015– ) Washington, D.C. active
José A. Suarez[517] Connecticut Appellate Court (2020– ) Connecticut active
J. Matias Tafoya[28] Phoenix Municipal Court (1984–2003); Presiding City Magistrate (2003– ) Arizona active
Robert S. Tafoya[518] Kern County Superior Court (2002– ) California active
Hilda G. Tagle[519] United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (1998– ) Texas active
David Talamante[28] Maricopa County Superior Court (1999–2019) Arizona retired
Mark Talamantes[520] Marin County Superior Court (2012– ) California active
Sergio C. Tapia II[521] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2013– ) California active
Charles Tejada[421] New York State Supreme Court (1987–1995) New York deceased
Jaime Eduardo Tijerina[522] Texas Court of Appeals (2019– ) Texas active
Jose Victor Toledo[523] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (1970–1980) Puerto Rico active
Edward A. Torpoco[524] San Francisco County Superior Court (2014– ) California active
Leonard Torrealba[525] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2020– ) California active
Analisa Torres[526] United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (2013– ) New York active
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Frank Torres[528] Supreme Court of the State of New York (1986–2001) New York deceased
Isidore Torres[398] Wayne County court system Michigan deceased
Yolanda V. Torres[372] Orange County Superior Court (2022– ) California active
Juan R. Torruella[529] United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico (1974–1984); United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit (1984–2020) Puerto Rico deceased
Martín Travieso[530] Puerto Rico Supreme Court (1936–1948) Puerto Rico active
Delia Trevino[531] Alameda County Superior Court (2015– ) California active
Emily Garcia Uhrig[532] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2018– ) California active
Juan Ulloa[533] Imperial County Superior Court (1995– ) California active
Ricardo M. Urbina[534] Superior Court of the District of Columbia (1981–1994); United States District Court for the District of Columbia (1994–2012) Washington, D.C. retired
David H. Urias[535] United States District Court for the District of New Mexico (2022– ) New Mexico active
Franklin U. Valderrama[536] Circuit Court of Cook County (2007–2020); United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois (2020– ) Illinois active
Andrew Valdez[537] Utah Third District Juvenile Court (1993– ) Utah active
Jesus Valencia, Jr.[538] Santa Clara County Superior Court (Commissioner: 2006–2009; Judge: 2009– ) California active
Lori I. Valenzuela[539] Texas Court of Appeals (2021– ) Texas active
Vanessa W. Vallarta[540] Monterey County Superior Court (2013– ) California active
Fernando Valle[372] Orange County Superior Court (2022– ) California active
Carlos Varela[176] San Diego County Superior Court (2018– ) California active
Julie J. Vargas[541] New Mexico Court of Appeals (2016–2021); New Mexico Supreme Court (2021– ) New Mexico active
Luis R. Vargas[542] San Diego Superior Court (ret. 2012) California retired
Carlos E. Vazquez[543] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2010– ) California active
Emily Vasquez[544] Sacramento County Superior Court (2001– ) California active
John Michael Vazquez[545] United States District Court for the District of New Jersey (2016– ) New Jersey active
Juan F. Vasquez[546] United States Tax Court (1995– ) Washington, D.C. active
Martha Vázquez[547] United States District Court for the District of New Mexico (1993– ) New Mexico active
Salvador Vasquez[548] Lake County Criminal Court (2003– ) Indiana active
Maria S. Vazquez-Doles[549] Supreme Court 9th Judicial District (2013– ) New York active
Louie Vega[550] Kern County Superior Court (Commissioner: 1998–2008; Judge: 2008– ) California active
Valorie Vega[551] Eighth Judicial District Court (1999–2015) Nevada retired
Filemon Vela Sr.[552] United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (1980–2004) Texas deceased
Bernardo P. Velasco[28] Pima County Superior Court (1985–2000); United States District Court for the District of Arizona (2000– ) Arizona active
David Velasquez[553] South Orange County Municipal Court (1988–1990); Orange County Superior Court (1990–2011) California active
Bernard Veljacic[554] Clark County’s 33rd Superior Court (2014–2020); Washington State Court of Appeals (2020– ) Washington active
Hernán D. Vera[61] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2020– ) California active
Yvette Verastegui[555] Los Angeles County Superior Court (2010– ) California active
Maria Del Mar Verdin[28] Maricopa County Superior Court (1999–2014) Arizona retired
Lawrence J. Vilardo[556] United States District Court for the Western District of New York (2015– ) New York active
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Jesse Villalpando[558] Lake Superior Court (2000–2018) Indiana retired
Jose A. Villanueva[559] Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas (1988–2016) Ohio retired
Xapuri Villapudua[560] San Joaquin County Superior Court (2007– ) California active
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Lydia M. Villarreal[563] Monterey County Superior Court (2001– ) California active
Stephen Villarreal[28] Pima County Superior Court (1998– ) Arizona active
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Kim McLane Wardlaw[74] United States District Court for the Central District of California (1995–1998); United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit (1998– ) California active
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Omar A. Williams[567] Connecticut Superior Court (2016–2021); United States District Court for the District of Connecticut (2021– ) Connecticut active
Maria Elena Wood[4] Riverside County Superior Court (2021– ) California active
Linda Reyna Yanez[568] Texas Court of Appeals (1993–2010) Texas retired
Gloria G. Ybarra[569] Maricopa County Superior Court (1977–1991) Arizona resigned
Frank R. Zapata[28] United States District Court for the District of Arizona (1994– ) Arizona active
Joseph A. Zayas[570] New York City Criminal Court of Queens County (2003–2016); New York Supreme Court 11th Judicial District (2016– ) New York active
Marilyn Zayas-Davis[571][572][573] First District Court of Appeals (2016– ) Ohio active
Carrie A. Zepeda[574] Santa Clara County Superior Court (2003– ) California active
Barbara Zuñiga[575] Contra Costa County Superior Court (1994–2014) California retired

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