Prior to January 10, 1984, life at the Orange County Courthouse was very relaxed. After that fateful day, security became a top priority.
On January 10, 1984, a lone gunman walked into the Orange County Courthouse. The events that followed changed lives and the Ninth Circuit forever.
Prior to January 10, 1984, security and life at the Orange County Courthouse were very relaxed and collegial. Everything was about to change.
Three part series surrounding the January 10, 1984 mass shootings at the Orange County Courthouse.
Chief Judge Frederick Lauten and Administrative Judges Julie O'Kane and Patricia Doherty discuss the year in review and the "State of the Courts."
Judge Tanya Davis Wilson shares heartfelt memories of the mentoring she received from Judge Scott Polodna, who passed away last year.
The Ninth Circuit's designated movie critics, Judges Lauten, Marques, and Egan, review a few of the most popular all-time legal movies - Part 2
Elena and Paul stopped by to speak with Chief Judge Lauten about their journey as foster care parents and, now, adoptive parents.
Recovering addict Jessica Finn talks with Chief Judge Frederick J. Lauten about her inspiring story of tradgey, addiction and triumph.
Chief Judge Lauten speaks with Shannon Robinson about her work with Aspire Health Partners and her part in fighting the growing opioid epidemic.