The San Bernardino Police Officers Association (SBPOA) proudly announces its strong endorsement of Michelle A. Lauron for Judge of the Superior Court Office 15, emphasizing her extensive legal experience and dedication to community service.
Michelle A. Lauron boasts an impressive 28-year tenure as a prosecutor, including 10 years as a Supervising Deputy District Attorney. Her career reflects extensive legal acumen and leadership capabilities, demonstrating her preparedness for the role of Judge. Admitted to the State Bar of California in 1994, Michelle’s long-standing dedication to law practice is evident.
Her legal philosophy, participation in Red Mass, and vocal opposition to budget cuts in the legal system underscore her belief in the impartial and equitable administration of law.
Michelle’s advocacy against the impacts of injustice is a testament to her commitment to fairness and integrity in the legal profession.
Michelle’s involvement in the community also extends beyond the courtroom. She has been actively volunteering at local schools, youth sports, civic programs, and ministries, embodying a true spirit of public service. Her advocacy for increasing diversity and balance within the legal system aligns with today’s focus on inclusivity and equitable representation.
“With Michelle A. Lauron’s extensive prosecutorial experience and her commitment to community, she stands out as the ideal candidate for Judge of the Superior Court Office 15. Her integrity, deep understanding of the law, and dedication to public service make her an exceptional choice.”
For law enforcement professionals, endorsing Michelle A. Lauron is more than supporting a candidate; it advocates for a safer, more just community. Her election promises to uphold the highest judicial standards and strengthen the collaboration between the legal system and law enforcement agencies.
We call upon all law enforcement professionals to support Michelle A. Lauron’s candidacy for Judge of the Superior Court Office 15. Her election represents a significant step towards our collective goal of a safer, more equitable society.
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