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The Honorable Roy Hashimoto

Alameda County Superior Court, Department retired (website)

Court Info

Alameda County Superior Court, Department retired (website)

Biography

The Hon. Roy Hashimoto (Ret.) was a judge for the Alameda County Superior Court in California. He was originally appointed to the San Leandro-Hayward Municipal Court in 1993 by former governor Pete Wilson. He was then elevated to the Superior Court in 1996 by then-governor Wilson. At the time of his appointment to the Superior Court, Hashimoto filled the vacancy created by the retirement of the Hon. Wilmont Sweeney (Ret.). Hashimoto retired from the bench in 2018. His vacancy was filled by the Hon. Colin T. Bowen.

Hashimoto received his bachelor's degree from the University of California, Berkeley in 1972. He went on to earn his J.D. from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1976.

Hashimoto spent his entire legal career, outside of the bench, as a deputy district attorney with the Alameda County District Attorney's Office, where he worked from 1977 to 1993.

While on the bench, Hashimoto served as a felony law and motion judge and a criminal trial judge. He also served as a supervising judge for the mental health division and felony restitution.

Education

J.D. from University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law (1976)

Bachelor's degree from University of California, Berkeley (1972)

Career

Judge at Alameda County Superior Court in Alameda County, California (1996 to 2018)

Judge at San Leandro-Hayward Municipal Court in Alameda County, California (1993 to 1996)

Deputy District Attorney at Alameda County District Attorney's Office in Alameda County, California (1977 to 1993)

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