opinion and publicly available information, often including home addresses, about people most of whom are or were government officers or employees

Federal judge during the trial of Nationalists. Ponce, Puerto Rico.  1937 HOME ADDRESSES OF U.S. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT JUDGES AND OTHER COURT OFFICERS


    30 October 2010

  1. Immigration Courts

    Immigration courts and judges are part of the Department of Justice. They are listed elsewhere in this web site, not on this page.

  2. Prediction of Decisions

    This website's owner once wrote software that predicted well how appellate courts decide their cases. For some courts and kinds of case, predictions were better than any appellate lawyer can do.

    Probably relevant is that some appellate judges don't seem to read all briefs and other appellate papers, but instead merely read summaries written by clerks (people who are not judges, and sometimes are not lawyers). Often, the most important part of judging is deciding what's important and what isn't, and the clerk does that when he decides what will go into the summary and what won't. Furthermore, some clerks do not read everything, but merely read parts and skim the rest. There are many court cases in which no one in the courthouse has read every paper in its entirety. This may be part of the reason why the appellate case outcome-predicting software worked so well. We guess that the software worked best for those courts and kinds of case in which it is most common for no one, not even a judge's clerk, to read all of each paper filed in a case.

    Predictions did not necessarily involve any judge or court named in this website.

  3. Impropriety

    A few examples of impropriety related to federal judges


    See Supreme Court of the United States SCOTUS.


    22 January 2004, judges of 1st Circuit Court of Appeals, Boston courthouse

    Chief Judge Hon. Michael Boudin, age 64, 81 IRVING ST, CAMBRIDGE MA 02138, (617) 576-7424

    Hon. Bruce M. Selya, 431 COLE AVE, PROVIDENCE RI 02906, (401) 751-9315


    1. Main courthouse

      The main courthouse is the Thurgood Marshall courthouse.

    2. Discussion

      With only one exception we have been able to find: ignorant, federally employed, law enforcement, brazen felons patrol the courthouse's exterior. The exception was a a marshal who told us how judges' illegally parked cars are handled.

      On one of the days we were on Pearl Street taking notes of government officers' cars, we found a car on the south side of Pearl, near the front, main entrance of the second circuit courthouse. The car was near a corner, parked beside a no-parking sign. There was much evidence that the car was a judge's private property. As we took notes about that car, a marshal came to us from the front of the courthouse, seemingly concerned that we might be doing something bad. We told him what we were doing. He did not interfere with us but he stood near us, watching us take notes. As we worked, he began to chat with us. For example, the marshal told us about how illegally parked judges' cars are handled, showing us a few examples.

    3. Judges of 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals, New York City, Thurgood Marshall courthouse. 22 January 2004
      1. CABRANES 2006may26

        Jose Alberto Cabranes was born in 1940 in Puerto Rico.

        JOSE A. CABRANES, Born 1940, 65 SPERRY RD (between route 69 and Lake Chamberlain, 08/14/2002), BETHANY, New Haven county, CT 06524-3545.

        Recent neighbors may have included Mary Michelle Hirschoff (Attorney, Finn Dixon and Herling) and Amy Arnsten (Scientist And Professor, Yale University).

      2. GUIDO G CALABRESI, 639 AMITY RD, WOODBRIDGE CT 06525, (203) 393-0008. He was dean of Yale Law School. He teaches there.
      3. Peter W. Hall 2006may26

        Peter W. Hall (born 9 November 1948 in Hartford, Connecticut), works in Rutland, Vermont.

      4. Jacobs 2006may26

        Dennis G. Jacobs, born 1944.

        DENNIS G JACOBS, Born Feb 1944, 48 LANDT LN (near Indian Hill Road and route 124, 05/20/2003), POUND RIDGE, NY 10576-1734, Westchester County, (914) 764-9644.

      5. Robert A. Katzmann 2006may26.

        Robert A. Katzmann, born in 1953.

        ROBERT A KATZMANN, Born 1953, 300 50TH ST (03/12/2002), NEW YORK, NY 10022 New York County

        ROBERT A KATZMANN, Born Apr 1953, 300 East 56TH ST (at 2nd Avenue, 03/12/2002), NEW YORK, NY 10022-4108, New York County

        CBS sportcaster Lesley Visser lived in that building. People who may have recently lived in that building include Lorraine Mazza (Vice President, Internal Council of Shopping Cen), Ira Shapiro (Fisher, Harris, Shapiro, Risk), Bert Blitz (Attorney, Shendell Blitz Blitz & Bodson LL), Joseph Sprung (President, JBS Financial Co), Mr. Gary Jacob (Executive Vice President, Glenwood) and Stephen Jacobs (Attorney, Weil Gothshal & Manges).

        The 32-story apartment house at 300 East 56th Street (1048 Second Avenue, and 303 East 55th Street) is partly in a C 1-9 district (with the remainder in an R-8 zoning district) and is also in the Special Transit Land Use District along Second Avenue, all in Community Board Six, Manhattan. There are about 367 apartment units.

        He may have owned or lived at MANHATTAN / NEW YORK block 1369, lot 22, SINGLE RESIDENTIAL COOP UNIT, 411 EAST 57 STREET 8D.

        He may have owed to CITIBANK,NA (MS 434C PO BOX 790034, ST LOUIS MO 63179).

      6. Amalya L. Kearse, 8 HOMEWORD LN, WESTON CT, 06883, (203) 226-3533
      7. Pierre N. Leval, 515 WEST END AVE, NEW YORK NY 10024, (845) 679-9291. The phone number seems to be in the New York state town of Woodstock. Leval was a judge in New York. Judge Leval is a native of New York.
      8. Meskill 2009mar15

        Thomas Joseph Meskill had been governor of Connecticut. Possible, former adddress 218 STONY MILL LN, BERLIN CT 06037, (860) 828-nnnn. He died in Florida in 2007. By the way, The Political Graveyard is a Web site which provides information about dead politicians.

      9. Barrington Daniels Parker, Jr., born in 1944, 1081 WESTOVER RD, STAMFORD CT 06902.
      10. Rosemary S. Pooler 2006may26

        Rosemary S. Pooler, born 1938, works in Syracuse.

        xxx S POOLER, 228 LOCKWOOD RD, SYRACUSE, NY 13214. This is not necessarily current.

        xxx S POOLER, 525 BRADFORD PKWY, SYRACUSE, NY 13224 Onondaga county, County (315) 446-3864.

        property 1711007200, tax map number 043.-01-07.0, owner POOLER ROSEMARY S, address 525 BRADFORD PKWY, annual real estate tax $3,350.08.

        Recent neighbors may have included David Cameron (SCIENTIST, SUNY UPSTATE; John Kerry $1,000; 503 Standish Dr, Syracuse, NY 13224; 43.0315, -76.10298).

      11. Reena Raggi 2006may26.

        Reena Raggi, who was born 11 May 1951 in Jersey City (New Jersey) works in Brooklyn.

      12. Robert D. Sack, 41 E 80TH ST, NEW YORK NY 10021. He was in private law practice in New York.
      13. Sonia Sotomayor 2006may26.
        1. New York City

          Sonia Sotomayor, born 25 June 1954 in the Bronx.

          SONIA SOTOMAYOR 1954-06-25 New York NY

          Saab convertible, Citibank saving and checking accounts

          SONIA SOTOMAYOR, Born Jun 1954, 3 BEDFORD ST (near West Houston Street and Avenue of the Americas), NEW YORK, NY 10014-4787, New York County.


          She may have owed money to Chase Manhattan Bank (1 CHASE SQUARE S-4, ROCHESTER NY 14643) and to CHASE MANHATTAN BANK (1 CHASE MANHATTAN PLAZA, NY NY 10081).

          People recently living in that building may include Jane Byrne (Lawyer, American Intl Group) and Ms. Nancy H Feinberg (Edneational Advovate, Self). Recent neighbors may include Lisa Baroni (Prosecutor, US Attorney's Office SDNY Dept o; 81 Bedford St, New York, NY 10014; 40.72956, -74.00228), Evan Fisher (Producer, MTV; 36 Bedford St, New York, NY 10014; 40.72796, -74.00323), Molly Lamb (Pro, Robin Hood), Steve Weiner (Computer Specialist, NYC Dept of Education; 64 MacDougal St, New York, NY 10012; 40.72783, -74.00226), Kara Stern (Middle School Principal, Calhoun School; Wesley Clark $2,000; 2 Charlton St, New York, NY 10014; 40.72743, -74.00), MS. ANNE FREVOLA (ADMINISTRATOR ASSISTANT, C.B.S.; 13 CARMINE St, NEW YORK, NY 10014; 40.73087, -74.00218), James Cottrell (Physician, State University of New York; Howard Dean $2,000; 17 Vandam St, New York, NY 10013; 40.72684, -74.00335), and Alicia Hurley (Director of Federal Policies, New York University; 192 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10012; 40.72977, -74.00084).

        2. a Florida condo

      14. Chester J. Straub,, 172 CLINTFINGER RD, SAUGERTIES NY 12477. He was in a New York law firm. Judge Straub was a New York State legislator.
      15. Walker 2006may26

        chief judge John M. Walker, Jr.; born 26 December 1940 in New York. An uncle of Walker started the Mets baseball team. Walker was appointed to the second circuit appellate court by his cousin (who played on his college's baseball team), president George Herbert Walker Bush (Bush the Elder).

        JOHN M WALKER, Born Dec 1940, 5 OPENING HILL RD (south of Goulds Pond), MADISON, New Haven county, CT 06443-1955, (203) 318-0338.

        Recent neighbors may have included Peyton R Patterson (Chairman, New Haven Savings Bank) and Thomas Neustaetter (Venture Capitalist, Self employed).

      16. Richard C. Wesley, 48 MAIN ST, LIVONIA NY 14487, (585) 346-3091. He was a judge in New York. Judge Wesley received a B.A. from a college in Albany in 1971.
    4. Eastern District of New York

      1. 2001sep
        The names of federal court judges in the Eastern District of New York (federal trial court for the 4 counties of Long Island) are listed on its web site.
    5. Southern district

      1. INFRACTION clerk 2006may14

        Below is a not necessarily perfect account of events in 2000 or 2001. A defendant got a ticket for an infraction from the FPS (Federal Protective Service). Before trial day, he went to the main federal district courthouse for the southern district of New York. That courthouse is in southern Manhattn, across a side street from a federal prison. He wanted to go to the clerk's office in that courthouse to see the file of his infraction case. The clerk's office is in more than one room, on more than one floor, in more than one building. DEFENDANT had been notified of the address of the building that the trial was going to be in but not the room number or even the floor number. The trial was going to be in that main courthouse, so it seemed right to start looking for the file there. There is one person whose job title is clerk of the court. He has many subordinates. That person's private office seems to be in a suite on the main floor of the courthouse. The defendant went to the suite, explaining that he wanted to see the file of his case. He had his case number and other information. In the hours that followed, many sincere but mistaken people sent him, within the main courthouse, on one wild goose chase after another. Much time passed. Some good-hearted people suggested going to specific rooms because, in those rooms, there were employees who would know or be able to find out which room the file was in. Some people suggested specific rooms out of a belief that the file was in that room. Much time passed. There were no signs anywhere about infractions. For example, there was no sign in the lobby with the words "infraction clerk" and a room number. In perhaps his third visit to the main floor suite which contained the clerk's private office (the suite may have been in a corner of the main floor), the defendant spotted (maybe on his right) a window in a wall. There was nothing about the window to suggest it handled infractions. There was a room on the other side of the window. There was a courthouse employee standing in that room, near the window. The defendant, who had already fruitlessly questioned many people, went to the window and questioned the courthouse employee who happened to be on the other side of the window. That employee was under the impression that infractions were handled by a special office and he guessed which floor that infraction office was on.

        The defendant went to an elevator that was in a bank of elevators, then took that elevator to the guessed floor. The defendant tried to enter every room on that floor. The infraction office wasn't there. People who were in those rooms did not know where it was. The defendant went back to the main floor. Later, a passerby (whom the defendant had asked for help in finding the infraction office on the guessed floor) said to take an elevator to that floor. The defendant answered that he had already done so. The passserby said that the defendant had taken the wrong elevator.

        Defendant then decided to search the main floor for elevators. Defendant came to a corridor. There may have been light coming through a glass window on the left. The defendant walked through the corridor. At it's end, he could see another bank of elevators. The defendant took one of those elevators to the guessed floor, and there found the infraction office. An employee behind a counter quickly handed the defendant the file for the offense (infraction) case specified by the defendant. There were seats. The defendant sat and read the file he had been handed. The defendant did not search the case index for all cases with his name. While there, the defendant found out (from the infraction employee or maybe from the file) where his trial would be. It would be in a courtroom adjacent to that infraction office.

        The defendant had relentlessly searched for the appropriate room of the clerk's office and had eventually found the room. Roughly two hours had passed since the defendant had entered the courthouse. A normal defendant would have given up.

        If traffic tickets were issued to federal judges' cars, or if their illegally parked cars were towed away, we think that many more courthouse employees would know where the infraction office is.

        In our presence, a magistrate implied that, of the defendants who are supposed to show up for an infraction hearing, many don't. Part of this problem may be caused by southern district tickets (or other government documents) which fail to clearly say where the trial will be.

        As far as we know, none of the federal law enforcement officers working near the southern district's main courthouse give tickets to judges' illegally parked cars there. We saw that judges' illegally parked cars there were not ticketed (although nearby cars of commoners were). Also, we were explicitly told about that policy (of not giving tickets to judges' illegally parked cars) by a federal law enforcement officer who works in that area, whose work directly involves cars parked in that area.

        During a trial arising out of a ticket, the officer who gives the ticket is usually a witness. That officer (or his employing agency, or both) sometimes seems to be the de facto plaintiff. Thus, a southern district infraction judge may be getting illegal favors from the witness or plaintiff. If a witness or plaintiff does illegal (or legal) favors for an infraction trial judge, we guess that the judge must recuse. A federal public defender seems to defend at least some infraction defendants in the southern district's main courthouse. We don't know if federal public defenders get the same, illegal, parking favors which federal judges get. If such favors are received, we guess that the defender has a duty to disclose receipt of those favors to his prospective clients.

        When a guilty driver lawfully gets a parking ticket, he must pay money. When his car is towed, he must pay more. Over a year, the value of the illegal favors can be thousands, or even tens of thousands, of dollars.

        If recusal is apapropriate, maybe it's not just infraction judges who sometimes should recuse. Most of the illegal parking and non-towing favors seem to be provided by marshals and FPS officers. Consider a prisoner who escapes from marshals while he is being tranported from one prison to another. Marshals find and arrest him, and ask a prosecutor to prosecute. He is prosecuted. This results in a criminal case, not an infraction case. If the criminal trial judge receives thousands of dollars annually in illegal parking and non-tow favors from the marshal service, we guess that the judge should recuse or at least disclose the favors to the defendant. We guess that the recusal principle would also apply to appellate judges. For example, consider an appeal arising out of a trial of someone accused of escaping from marshals (a trial which resulted from marshals asking a prosecutor to prosecute). We suppose that appellate judges should recuse if they receive favors (maybe especially if the favors are illegal) from marshals. It is common for judges to illegally park next to no-parking signs near fedeal courthouses (trial and appellate) in the southern district.

        In the southern district, a defendant may not find out about a ticket (for example, not be handed a ticket) until after all hearings in that case. The only, certain way for a person to find if he is an offense defendant (before winning the case arising out of that ticket) is to go to the offense clerk's office to examine the case index by defendant's name. In conclusion, offense cases in the southern district (or, at least, that district's main courthouse) should be dismissed if the defendant does not appear for a hearing because: a defendant can't find out (about all cases in which he is a defendant) without checking the offense case index (which is in the offense clerk's office) by defendant's name, and the offense clerk's office is unreasonably difficult to find.

        The above discussion of infractions (which we also call offenses) and parking is based on events of several years ago. Much may have changed since then.

      2. Mukasey 2008jun9

        Michael B. Mukasey, former Chief Judge, now U.S. Attorney General. Mukasey's stepson Marc is a court officer (lawyer) at Bracewell & Giuliani and was a justice advisers to Rudy Giuliani's presidential campaign in 2008.

        Born 28 July 1941 in the Bronx, New York.

        MICHAEL B MUKASEY, Born 1941, 103 E 86TH ST (near Park Avenue, 03/12/2002), NEW YORK, NY 10028-1058 New York County

        MICHAEL B MUKASEY, 203 E 82ND ST (near 3rd Avenue, 03/12/2002), NEW YORK, NY 10028-2701

        MICHAEL MUKASEY 01/2002, 163 SPRINGY BANKS RD, EAST HAMPTON, NY 11937. This may be a weekend or vacation home.

        MUKASEY, 210 68TH ST NEW YORK, NY 10021.

        In about 1987, he may have owned or lived at MANHATTAN / NEW YORK block 1233, lot 1015, 530 WEST END AVENUE.

        Maybe he's lived on Central Park West.

      3. WOOD 2007feb7

        Chief U.S. District Judge KIMBA M WOOD, 19 East 72ND ST, NEW YORK, NY 10021-4145. Between 5th and Madison Avenues. She was married to Michael Kramer, who has written for Time magazine and the New York Daily News. The Clinton administration considered appointing her attorney general. In about 2000, she seems to have signed a power of attorney for MANHATTAN / NEW YORK block 1115, lot 1191, making SCHNEPS, JONATHAN M., and WASSERMAN, RICHARD, her attorneys. At about that time, her address may have been WOOD, KIMBA M.: F.E. RICHARDSON [the financial district's Frank Richardson III], 245 PARK AVENUE, NEW YORK NY 10167 US. In her youth, she was a waitress. A possible, recent phone number may be (212) 535-8590.

    6. Other officers of the Second Circuit
      1. Samson, Martin Harris lawyer

        1. Introduction


          He's a court officer (namely, attorney at law) of the Second Circuit Court, a few of its district courts, and New York and California state courts. He is a partner in a law firm which lobbies government much in New York State. As far as we know, he is not a court employee.

          MARTIN H SAMSON born in Brooklyn 1956-02-19, may have lived or worked in Port Washington NY 11050 and New Hyde Park NY 11040.

        2. Possible, Recent Addresses
          1. Hewlett

            MARTIN H SAMSON 34 HEWLETT LN, PORT WASHINGTON, Nassau County, NY 11050. (516) 365-1440, (516) 365-4288, (516)365-1004.

            Details of 34 Hewlett
            Section 6 Block 05309 Lot 76 Condo Unit Town North Hempstead Address 34 Hewlett Ln, Port Washington, 11050 south side of Hewlett Lane $1,354,500 Roll Year 2012-2013 Liber & Page (Deed#) 10322 0119 Land Category Residential Property Size Code Land Title One Family Year-Round Residence Property Class Code 210.01 Land Description Item Number NYS School Code 282204 NYS SWIS Code 282207 Lot Grouping View Property Record Cards 1938-1985 Tax Year 2013 Card/Bldg 1 School District PORT WASHINGTON UFSD - 4 Acres 0.4373 [Big parcel, over four tenths of an acre] Lot Square Footage 19050 Land Code PRIMARY SITE Location Living Units 1 Style RANCH Story Height 1 CDU EXCELLENT Grade B Exterior Walls FRAME Year Built 1947 Year Remodeled Fuel OIL Heat/AC CNTRL HTAC Pool Yes Total Living Area 3565 Full Bathrooms 2 Half Bathrooms 0 Fireplaces 2 Number of Bedrooms Additional Fixtures 1 Attic NONE Basement Area 1/2 BSMT/CRAWL Finished Basement Living Area Recreation Room Basement Garage Attached Garage Yes Detached Garage No Decks/Porches Addition and Out-Building Structures Line Area Code Description 1 210 10 1s FR FRAME 1 330 SP3 POOL CONC 2 496 10 1s FR FRAME 3 150 34 ST_PT STONE OR TILE PATIO 4 84 56 SOLARIUM 5 530 1310 FR GR FRAME GARAGE1s FR FRAME Sale Date of Sale Sale Price Book Page Condition of Transfer 05/20/1993 $560,000 10322 0119 SALE OF BUSINESS INCLUDED [What was the business?]
          2. Royal

            MARTIN H SAMSON Born Feb 1956, 8 ROYAL WAY, NEW HYDE PARK, Nassau County, NY 11040. (516) 627-7536

        3. Bar Memberships
          California Bar Number 	101316
          	Address 	Davidoff Malito & Hutcher LLP
          	605 3rd Ave 34th FL
          	New York, NY 10158 	Phone Number 	(646) 428-3250
          	Fax Number 	(212) 286-1884
          	e-mail 	Not Available 
          	District 	Outside California 	Undergraduate School 	Duke Univ; Durham NC
          	County 	Non-California 	Law School 	UCLA SOL; Los Angeles CA
          	Sections 	None
          	Status History
          	Effective Date	Status Change
          	Present 	Inactive
          	1/1/1986 	Inactive
          	12/1/1981 	Admitted to The State Bar of California
          New York State Attorney Registration Number: 	1835362
          	605 3RD AVE
          	NEW YORK, NY 10158-0180
          	United States
          	(646) 428-3250
          	Year Admitted in NY: 	1983
          	Appellate Division Department of Admission: 	2
          	Law School: 	UCLA
          	Registration Status: 	Currently registered
          	Next Registration: 	Feb 2013


    21 January 2004, judges of 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals, Philadelphia courthouse

    Maryanne Trump Barry, age 64, 5 ISLAND TRL, SPARTA NJ 07871, (973) 729-9837.

    THEODORE A MCKEE, age 57, 5400 GREENE ST, PHILADELPHIA PA 19144, (215) 84-32588

    RICHARD L NYGAARD, age 54, 1231 W 10TH ST, ERIE PA 16502, (814) 459-9362.



    DOLORES K. SLOVITER, 601 MARKET ST, PHILADELPHIA PA 19106, (215) 597-1588


    21 January 2004, judges of 4th Circuit Court of Appeals. Richmond, Virginia, courthouse

    Judge Allyson K. Duncan, age 52, 3908 CITY OF OAKS WYND, RALEIGH NC 27612, (919) 787-5994

    Judge Diana Gribbon Motz, age 60, 123 SAINT DUNSTANS RD, BALTIMORE MD 21212

    Judge Robert B. King, 4606 VIRGINIA AVE SE, CHARLESTON WV 25304, (304) 925-4051

    John Michael Luttig, age 49, 10523 WICKENS RD, VIENNA VA 22181, (703) 285-2930

    Paul V. Niemeyer, age 62, 405 OVERHILL RD, BALTIMORE MD 21210

    Judge Dennis W. Shedd, COLUMBIA SC 29212, (803) 7817-871

    Judge William B. Traxler, Jr., 35 CRAIGWOOD CT, GREENVILLE SC 29607, (864) 277-8285

    Judge Hiram Emory Widener, Jr., 21244 FILLY RUN RD, ABINGDON VA 24211, (540) 628-4818


    21 January 2004, 5h Circuit Court of Appeals, New Orleans courthouse

    Rhesa H. Barksdale, Born in Jackson, Mississippi, 1944.    1504 PINEHURST PL, JACKSON MS 39202, (601) 949-7947

    Fortunato P. Benavides, Born in Mission, Texas, 1947. 4010 GAINES CT, AUSTIN TX 78735.

    Edith Brown Clement Born in Birmingham, Alabama, 1948. 600 CAMP ST, NEW ORLEANS LA 70130

    John M. Duhe Jr., B.B.A., Tulane University, 1955.  age 70, 111 CLIPPER CV, LAFAYETTE LA 70508, (337) 993-3270

    Carl E. Stewart, Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, 1950. 6805 SNOWMASS ST, SHREVEPORT LA 71119, (318) 636-4829

    Jacques L. Wiener, Jr., Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, 1934. 600 CAMP ST, NEW ORLEANS LA 70130, (504) 589-6820


    7th Circuit

    1. 1 June 2004, Federal district court judge Joan Gottschall (JOAN GOTTSCHALL, age 61, 2308 N LAKEWOOD AVE, CHICAGO IL 60614, (773) 549-1953)


    16 January 2004, 8th Circuit Court of Appeals judges, Saint Louis courthouse

    1. Morris S. Arnold, age 62, LITTLE ROCK AR 72207, (501) 666-6025.
    2. Richard S. Arnold - 3901 CEDAR HILL RD, LITTLE ROCK AR 72202, (501) 664-7424. This possibly may be in a condominium project named Townhouses in the Park.

      RICHARD S ARNOLD, 2979 RIVERBEND RD, HEBER SPRINGS, AR 72543 (501) 362-3577

    3. C. Arlen Beam - Lincoln, NE - CLARENCE ARLEN BEAM, 8215 DORSET DR, LINCOLN NE 68510, (402) 486-1319.
    4. Pasco M. Bowman - age 70, 11109 BLUE RIVER RD, KANSAS CITY MO 64131.
    5. Myron H. Bright - age 84, 1200 HARWOOD DR, FARG

      O ND 58104, (701) 232-4819.

    6. Kermit E. Bye - age 67, 3632 FAIRWAY RD, FARGO ND 58102, (701) 235-5050.
    7. John R. Gibson - 801 W 57TH ST, KANSAS CITY MO 64113.
    8. Gerald W. Heaney - 6018 N PIKE LAKE RD, DULUTH MN 55811, (218) 729-8381.
    9. Donald P. Lay - SAINT PAUL MN 55101, (651) 483-3102.
    10. James B. Loken - age 64, MINNEAPOLIS MN 55401, (612) 37-74668
    11. Frank J. Magill - age 76, 501 7TH ST S, FARGO ND 58103, (701) 232-3930.
    12. THEODORE M. MCMILLIAN, age 84, 4550 HOLLY AVE, SAINT LOUIS MO 63115, (314) 381-6529.
    13. Michael J. Melloy - age 56, 3829 TAHOE LN SE, CEDAR RAPIDS IA 52403, (319) 362-0897.
    14. Diana E. Murphy - age 70, 300 N 4TH ST, MINNEAPOLIS MN 55415.
    15. William Jay Riley - age 67, 1313 R ST, ORD NE 68862, (308) 728-5405.

    judges of 9th CIRCUIT

      1. Justice Jay S. Bybee was born in October 1953 in Oakland city, Alameda county, California. He was assistant attorney general for the Office of Legal Counsel at the U.S. Department of Justice. He seems to have once lived in the Vienna town of Virginia. He signed the 1 August 2002 torture memorandum. He married and has children. He seems to have lived at:
        JAY S. BYBEE, 739 SANDY HOOK TER., HENDERSON NV, (702) 616-2353.

    2. Other judges
      1. 16 January 2004, CALIFORNIA
        1. Sacramento courthouse, 7 March 2004, U.S. District Judge David F. Levi, working in Sacramento. age 52, 4626 SIESTA LN, FAIR OAKS CA 95628
        2. San Francisco

          1. Senior judge Thelton Henderson 2007dec31

            1. California Prison Health Receivership Corp.,
              1. Federal court receiver Robert Sillen 2007dec31

                He was executive director of California's Santa Clara County Health and Hospital System.

                ROBERT SILLEN 235 WILLOW HTS 12/17/2003 APTOS, CA 95003 (831) 684-1043
                ROBERT SILLEN born 1942-08-21 may have lived or worked in Aptos CA 95003.

                ROBERT V SILLEN 6625 CIPPONERI RD 03/12/2002 RIVERBANK, CA 95367

                ROBERT SILLEN Born Dec 1942 2457 GOLF LINKS CIR 11/17/1999 SANTA CLARA, CA 95050

            2. Henderson

              THELTON E HENDERSON 1816 DWIGHT WAY 02/26/2003 BERKELEY, CA 94703 (510) 486-1789

              THELTON E HENDERSON 2235 SACRAMENTO ST 12/14/2004 BERKELEY, CA 94702 (510) 486-1789


        3. San Jose

          15 October 2004, JEREMY FOGEL, US district court judge, age 55, LOS ALTOS CA 94024.
          JEREMY FOGEL, 7355 CASCADE RD. (near Spruce Road), Soda Springs, CA, (530) 426-0546. Telephone prefix 426 is in Soda Springs (zip codes 95724 and 95728).
          JEREMY D. FOGEL, Born Sep 1949, 1286 SAINT MARK CT. (on a dead end street near Windimer Drive), LOS ALTOS, CA 94024-7041.

      2. 16 January 2004, District of HAWAII, Honolulu courthouse

          Kevin S.C. Chang, U.S. Magistrate Judge, age 51, 1842 WILHELMINA RISE, HONOLULU HI 96816.

        1. David Alan Ezra, Chief U.S. District Judge, 2387 HALEHAKA ST, HONOLULU HI 96821.
        2. Leslie E. Kobayashi, U.S. Magistrate Judge, 1001 BISHOP ST, HONOLULU HI 96813.
        3. Barry M. Kurren, U.S. Magistrate Judge, age 53, 813 HUNAKAI ST, HONOLULU HI 96816.
        4. Susan Oki Mollway, U.S. District Judge, age 54, 818 S KING ST, HONOLULU HI 96813.


    22 January 2004, judges of 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, Denver courthouse

    Harris L. Hartz, 1719 LAFAYETTE DR NE, ALBUQUERQUE NM 87106, (505) 266-2468

    Chief Judge Deanell Reece Tacha, 633 MASSACHUSETTS ST LAWRENCE KS 66044

    Timothy Michael Tymkovich, age 47, 1182 CLUBHOUSE DR., BROOMFIELD CO 80020, (303) 469-5618


    judges of 11th Federal Circuit, Atlanta 30303 courthouse

    1. 2005 March 1, Judge Patricia Ann Seitz of the Southern District of Florida (301 North Miami Avenue, Miami, FL 33128; (305) 523-5100), which is in the 11 federal court circuit, born 2 September 1946 in District of Columbia. Do not confuse this federal judge with CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 20TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT (LEE COUNTY, FLORIDA) Presiding Judge Patricia M. Seitz.

      PATRICIA A SEITZ, age 58, 809 N VICTORIA PARK Road, FORT LAUDERDALEFL 33304, (305);
      PATRICIA A. SEITZ, age 58, 224 RIDGEWOOD Road, MIAMI FL 33133, (305) 667-78nn.


    1. 19 January 2004, Federal Circuit Court of Appeals judges, District of Columbia courthouse

      Haldane Robert Mayer, 5928 WESTRIDGE CT, ALEXANDRIA VA 22310. Chief circuit judge; born in Buffalo, NY, February 21, 1941.

      Alan D. Lourie, 717 MADISON PL NW, WASHINGTON DC 20439, (202) 633-5851. Circuit judge; born January 13, 1935, in Boston

      Raymond C. Clevenger, III, 3242 ELLICOTT ST NW, WASHINGTON DC 20008, (202) 363-1919. Circuit judge, born August 27, 1937, in Topeka, KS.

      Alvin A. Schall, 103 GRAFTON ST, CHEVY CHASE MD 20815, (301) 951-0180. Circuit judge; born April 4, 1944, in New York City. By the way, there is some evidence suggesting that columnist and former senate staffer George F. Will may have lived at 9 Grafteon Street in early 2006.

      Arthur J. Gajarsa may have lived at 9408 FIRETHORN CT POTOMAC MD 20854. Also, he may have lived at 3552 Reservoir Road NW, Washington DC 20007. Circuit judge, born March 1, 1941, in Italy.

      Timothy B. Dyk, age about 66, 4638 30TH ST NW, WASHINGTON DC 20008, (202) 362-8001. Bachelor's degree in 1958 .

    2. 20 January 2004, Federal Circuit Court of Appeals: judges of U.S. Court of International Trade, New York City courthouse

      Judith M. Barzilay, age 58, TEANECK NJ 07666, (201) 833-0979

      Gregory W. Carman, 280 MAIN ST, FARMINGDALE NY 11735, (516) 249-3450. Bachelor of arts degree in 1958.

      Donald C. Pogue lives in Connecticut with his wife, Susan. 12 WHITE TOP LN, GUILFORD CT 06437.

      RESTANI, JANE A., Chief Judge. Born February 27, 1948 in San Francisco. 137 JORALEMON ST, BROOKLYN NY 11201, (718) 643-2172

      Delissa A. Ridgway, age 48, 80 JOHN ST, NEW YORK NY 10038, (212) 797-1297

  13. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance courts

    There is the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (which issues warrrants) and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review (which hears appeals).


    Who's Who books used to have, and possibly still have, home addresses of many judges. Many federal judges hold office for life, and many own their home, so many old addresses may still be valid.


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