The Honorable Jackson Lucky

Riverside County Superior Court, Department 10

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Biography

The Hon. Jackson Lucky is a judge for the Riverside County Superior Court in California. He was appointed to the bench by former governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2008. He filled the vacancy created by the retirement of the Hon. Dallas S. Holmes (Ret.).

He is a registered Republican.

Judge Lucky received his B.F.A. from DePaul University. He went on to earn his J.D. from Southwestern Law School, graduating magna cum laude.

While in law school, Lucky interned for the Riverside County District Attorney's Office. He was offered a full-time position there in 1994. During his fourteen-year tenure with the D.A.'s office, Lucky specialized in sexual assault, child abuse, and gang-related cases. He remained with the D.A.'s office until his appointment to the Superior Court.

Judge Lucky, who competed in mock trials in high school, has served as a judge for local and state mock trial competitions.

He received the Asian Pacific American Lawyers of the Inland Empire's inaugural Trailblazer Award in 2013.

Judge Lucky was born in Seoul, Korea. He immigrated to the United States with his parents when he was five years old. When he's not playing cards with his wife Deborah, Judge Lucky enjoys wood-working and running. His love of running inspired him to compete in several local marathons.

Recent Rulings by Hon. Jackson Lucky

  • LEDESMA VS FLORES

    Aug 13, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Hearing continued to September 17, 2020, 8:30 AM, Department 10. Moving party must satisfy its obligation to meet and confer under Code of Civil Procedure section 435.5, subdivision (a), and to file a declaration under section 435.5, subdivision (a), subsection (3). Moving party must meet and confer in per...

  • AYALA VS VARP INC

    Aug 12, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Court grants the motion. Court disregards the late-filed reply. Plaintiff must file and serve the second amended complaint within 15 days of the hearing. The power of the courts to allow amendment of pleading is to be liberally exercised so that cases may be decided on their merits. (Desney v. Wilder (1956...

  • MITCHELL VS PRICE MANUFACTURING COMPANY INC

    Aug 11, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. Court will sign proposed order at hearing. Attorney fees are mandatory. The court finds counsel's hourly rate of $375 per hour is reasonable. Similarly, the hours spent are reasonable. The anti-SLAPP analysis for the first prong was more complicated than usual. The motion concerned the appl...

  • LABARBERA VS MASCARENHAS

    Aug 11, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion denied. The court disregards additional evidence Defendants cited in their reply. Both parties rely on Plaintiff’s deposition testimony: Upon arriving at the customer’s house, I parked on the street. They have a long front yard. So, I could see the customer standing on their porch with the dog. And ...

  • PERRY COAST CONSTRUCTION VS ROSS

    Aug 07, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Demurrer overruled because the First Amended Complaint (FAC) pleads facts sufficient to constitute a cause of action for Foreclosure of Mechanics Lien. Defendant to answer the FAC within 10 days of the hearing. (Cal. Rules of Court, Rule 3.1320(g).) Where allegations are subject to different reasonable int...

  • RS VS RIVERSIDE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

    Aug 06, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. Court will set trial date within 120 days of hearing.

    ...

  • SOTO VS DOUGLAS ENGLAND INTERPRETERS UNLIMITED

    Aug 05, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. No opposition filed. Plaintiff must prepare and serve a verified statement of compliance to Defendant’s Requests for Documents within ten calendar days after the hearing. Plaintiff and her attorneys of record jointly and severally must pay attorney fee sanctions of $1,050 and costs of $60, ...

  • COLAPINTO VS STOLL

    Aug 05, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. The court finds that the attorney fees are reasonable and awards $79,442.50. First, the court has jurisdiction to award attorney fees, even if Defendants have appealed. “[T]he filing of a notice of appeal does not deprive the trial court of jurisdiction to award attorney fees and costs post...

  • CHOI VS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA

    Aug 05, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. The court reduces the requested fees for preparing this motion by $3,914.80 and awards $12,460.20 in attorney fees under Civil Code section 1794, subdivision (d). The court awards costs and expenses in the amount of $661.85. On Defendants’ objections to the declaration of plaintiff’s counse...

  • JENSEN VS AUTHORIZED TESTING INC

    Aug 04, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Off calendar.

    ...

  • PROPERTY AND CASUALTY VS CANO

    Aug 04, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Denied as moot because of ruling on demurrer.

    ...

  • ORIAN VS ALL PERSONS UNKNOWN

    Aug 04, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. No opposition filed. Claimant has not established likelihood of prevailing on the claim.

    ...

  • LOYA CASUALTY VS LOPEZ

    Aug 04, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. Court finds sufficient evidence of mistake, excusable neglect, and court error because of COVID-19 shutdown.

    ...

  • VELASQUEZ VS SAN GORGONIO MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

    Aug 04, 2020 |  Riverside County

    The Motion for Summary Judgment is denied. The court denies summary adjudication of the first, second, fourth, sixth, seventh, eighth, eleventh and twelfth causes of action because Defendants have not established that the Hospital is a public entity or is entitled to public entity immunity as an extension ...

  • DARNELL SR VS SMITH

    Aug 04, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion denied. There is no legal basis for the motion.

    ...

  • KATAYAMA VS CONTINENTAL INVESTMENT GROUP

    Aug 03, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. Plaintiff bases his motion on the general order continuing all trial and discovery dates because of COVID-19. The motion is not based on statute. Defendant’s opposition addresses only the statutory bases for denying the motion. It does not address the effect of the general order.

    ...

  • AMERICAN EXPRESS VS ORDONEZ

    Jul 23, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. Plaintiff argues that Defendant has made a general appearance by filing this motion. However, Defendant’s motion attacks the validity of the service of the summons and the resulting validity of the default judgment. Defendant’s motion does not address the merits. (Cf. Kalman v. Henderson (1...

  • CORDOVA VS JACK IN THE BOX INC

    Jul 23, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. No opposition filed. Court will sign proposed order at hearing.

    ...

  • JONES VS PEOPLE

    Jul 23, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion to strike denied as moot because of the court’s ruling on the demurrer.

    ...

  • MCLEAN VS SAN GORGONIO MEMORIAL

    Jul 22, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. No opposition filed. Court will sign proposed order at hearing.

    ...

  • MEDINA VS FARRIS

    Jul 22, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. No opposition filed. Court will sign proposed order at hearing.

    ...

  • PROVIDENCE INDUSTRIES LLC VS LULAROE LLC

    Jul 21, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Court overrules Providence Industries’ Demurrer as to the first, third, fifth, and sixth causes of action. Court sustains with 30 days leave to amend as to the second cause of action. Court denies the Motion to Strike. Court overrules Daniel Kang’s Demurrer as to the first cause of action and sustains with...

  • THE GROSSMAN LAW FIRM VS NUNLEY

    Jul 21, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. No opposition filed. Court will sign proposed order at hearing.

    ...

  • PROPERTY AND CASUALTY VS CANO

    Jul 21, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Because of the court’s rulings on the demurrer, the motion to strike is moot.

    ...

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Recent Rulings by Hon. Jackson Lucky

  • LEDESMA VS FLORES

    Aug 13, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Hearing continued to September 17, 2020, 8:30 AM, Department 10. Moving party must satisfy its obligation to meet and confer under Code of Civil Procedure section 435.5, subdivision (a), and to file a declaration under section 435.5, subdivision (a), subsection (3). Moving party must meet and confer in per...

  • AYALA VS VARP INC

    Aug 12, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Court grants the motion. Court disregards the late-filed reply. Plaintiff must file and serve the second amended complaint within 15 days of the hearing. The power of the courts to allow amendment of pleading is to be liberally exercised so that cases may be decided on their merits. (Desney v. Wilder (1956...

  • MITCHELL VS PRICE MANUFACTURING COMPANY INC

    Aug 11, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. Court will sign proposed order at hearing. Attorney fees are mandatory. The court finds counsel's hourly rate of $375 per hour is reasonable. Similarly, the hours spent are reasonable. The anti-SLAPP analysis for the first prong was more complicated than usual. The motion concerned the appl...

  • LABARBERA VS MASCARENHAS

    Aug 11, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion denied. The court disregards additional evidence Defendants cited in their reply. Both parties rely on Plaintiff’s deposition testimony: Upon arriving at the customer’s house, I parked on the street. They have a long front yard. So, I could see the customer standing on their porch with the dog. And ...

  • PERRY COAST CONSTRUCTION VS ROSS

    Aug 07, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Demurrer overruled because the First Amended Complaint (FAC) pleads facts sufficient to constitute a cause of action for Foreclosure of Mechanics Lien. Defendant to answer the FAC within 10 days of the hearing. (Cal. Rules of Court, Rule 3.1320(g).) Where allegations are subject to different reasonable int...

  • RS VS RIVERSIDE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

    Aug 06, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. Court will set trial date within 120 days of hearing.

    ...

  • SOTO VS DOUGLAS ENGLAND INTERPRETERS UNLIMITED

    Aug 05, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. No opposition filed. Plaintiff must prepare and serve a verified statement of compliance to Defendant’s Requests for Documents within ten calendar days after the hearing. Plaintiff and her attorneys of record jointly and severally must pay attorney fee sanctions of $1,050 and costs of $60, ...

  • COLAPINTO VS STOLL

    Aug 05, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. The court finds that the attorney fees are reasonable and awards $79,442.50. First, the court has jurisdiction to award attorney fees, even if Defendants have appealed. “[T]he filing of a notice of appeal does not deprive the trial court of jurisdiction to award attorney fees and costs post...

  • CHOI VS HYUNDAI MOTOR AMERICA

    Aug 05, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. The court reduces the requested fees for preparing this motion by $3,914.80 and awards $12,460.20 in attorney fees under Civil Code section 1794, subdivision (d). The court awards costs and expenses in the amount of $661.85. On Defendants’ objections to the declaration of plaintiff’s counse...

  • JENSEN VS AUTHORIZED TESTING INC

    Aug 04, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Off calendar.

    ...

  • PROPERTY AND CASUALTY VS CANO

    Aug 04, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Denied as moot because of ruling on demurrer.

    ...

  • ORIAN VS ALL PERSONS UNKNOWN

    Aug 04, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. No opposition filed. Claimant has not established likelihood of prevailing on the claim.

    ...

  • LOYA CASUALTY VS LOPEZ

    Aug 04, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. Court finds sufficient evidence of mistake, excusable neglect, and court error because of COVID-19 shutdown.

    ...

  • VELASQUEZ VS SAN GORGONIO MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

    Aug 04, 2020 |  Riverside County

    The Motion for Summary Judgment is denied. The court denies summary adjudication of the first, second, fourth, sixth, seventh, eighth, eleventh and twelfth causes of action because Defendants have not established that the Hospital is a public entity or is entitled to public entity immunity as an extension ...

  • DARNELL SR VS SMITH

    Aug 04, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion denied. There is no legal basis for the motion.

    ...

  • KATAYAMA VS CONTINENTAL INVESTMENT GROUP

    Aug 03, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. Plaintiff bases his motion on the general order continuing all trial and discovery dates because of COVID-19. The motion is not based on statute. Defendant’s opposition addresses only the statutory bases for denying the motion. It does not address the effect of the general order.

    ...

  • AMERICAN EXPRESS VS ORDONEZ

    Jul 23, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. Plaintiff argues that Defendant has made a general appearance by filing this motion. However, Defendant’s motion attacks the validity of the service of the summons and the resulting validity of the default judgment. Defendant’s motion does not address the merits. (Cf. Kalman v. Henderson (1...

  • CORDOVA VS JACK IN THE BOX INC

    Jul 23, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. No opposition filed. Court will sign proposed order at hearing.

    ...

  • JONES VS PEOPLE

    Jul 23, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion to strike denied as moot because of the court’s ruling on the demurrer.

    ...

  • MCLEAN VS SAN GORGONIO MEMORIAL

    Jul 22, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. No opposition filed. Court will sign proposed order at hearing.

    ...

  • MEDINA VS FARRIS

    Jul 22, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. No opposition filed. Court will sign proposed order at hearing.

    ...

  • PROVIDENCE INDUSTRIES LLC VS LULAROE LLC

    Jul 21, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Court overrules Providence Industries’ Demurrer as to the first, third, fifth, and sixth causes of action. Court sustains with 30 days leave to amend as to the second cause of action. Court denies the Motion to Strike. Court overrules Daniel Kang’s Demurrer as to the first cause of action and sustains with...

  • THE GROSSMAN LAW FIRM VS NUNLEY

    Jul 21, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Motion granted. No opposition filed. Court will sign proposed order at hearing.

    ...

  • PROPERTY AND CASUALTY VS CANO

    Jul 21, 2020 |  Riverside County

    Because of the court’s rulings on the demurrer, the motion to strike is moot.

    ...

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