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The Hon. Philip K. Mautino (Ret.) was a judge for the Los Angeles County Superior Court in California. He was originally appointed to the Los Cerritos Municipal Court on January 22, 1993, by former governor Pete Wilson. He was subsequently elevated to the Superior Court in 2000 as a result of the court's unification. He retired from the bench in 2018.
He was a registered Republican.
Mautino attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where he graduated with his B.S. in 1962 and his M.B.A. in 1963. He went on to earn his J.D. from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law in 1966.
After graduating from law school, Mautino became a partner a the law firm of Miller and Mautino. He practiced there until 1981 when he opened his own practice, the Law Offices of Philip Mautino. He would remain in solo practice until his appointment to the Municipal Court twelve years later.
During his time on the bench, Mautino served as presiding judge for the Los Cerritos Municipal Court in 1994, and the supervising judge for the Los Padrinos Juvenile Court in 2001.
In 1994, Mautino instituted the practice of keeping jurors identities private. He is also credited with raising money to have the Los Padrinos Juvenile Court painted with colorful murals.
Mautino is one of the founding attorney's for Habitat for Humanity.
He was a member of the Rotary Club of Downey.
J.D. from University of Southern California Gould School of Law (1966)
M.B.A. from University of California, Los Angeles (1963)
B.S. from University of California, Los Angeles (1962)
Founding Attorney at Habitat for Humanity
Judge at Los Cerritos Municipal Court in Los Angeles County, California (1993 to 2000)
Judge at Los Angeles County Superior Court in Los Angeles County, California (2000 to 2018)
Partner at Miller and Mautino (1967 to 1981)
Attorney at Law Offices of Philip Mautino (1982 to 1993)