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The Honorable Tony Raphael

San Bernardino County Superior Court, Department V2 (website)

Court Info

San Bernardino County Superior Court, Department V2 (website)

Clerk phone: +1 (760) 269-4719

Information: +1 (760) 245-6215

Family Court Services: +1 (760) 269-4795

Self Help Resource Center: +1 (800) 634-9085

Biography

The Hon. Antoine (Tony) Raphael is a judge for the Superior Court of San Bernardino County in California. He was appointed to the bench by former governor Jerry Brown on May 22, 2017, filling a vacancy created by the elevation of the Hon. Marsha G. Slough to the Court of Appeal.

Raphael earned a B.S. from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He then completed a J.D. from Loyola Law School.

He began his legal career as an associate at Sidley Austin LLP in 2001. He left the firm the following year in order to serve as a law clerk for the Hon. Lourdes G. Baird at the United States District Court for the Central District of California.

Then, in 2003, he joined the Office of the United States Attorney of the Central District of California. He served there as an assistant U.S. Attorney for ten years, eventually leaving to start his own private practice as a sole practitioner.

Raphael was a resident of Chino Hills, California at the time of his appointment.

He is registered as a Democrat.

Education

B.S. from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

J.D. from Loyola Law School

Career

Sole Practitioner at Private Practice (2014 to 2017)

Assistant U.S. Attorney at Office of the United States Attorney for the Central District of California (2003 to 2013)

Law Clerk at United States District Court for the Central District of California (2002 to 2003)

Associate at Sidley Austin LLP (2001 to 2002)

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