Appellate Justice Marsha Slough has announced she will retire Aug. 31.
Slough was appointed to the Fourth District Court of Appeal, Division Two by Gov. Jerry Brown in 2015. Before then, she was presiding judge at San Bernardino Superior Court.
“The past 20 years has afforded me the unique privilege of observing firsthand the importance of the rule of law and the true value in a commitment to justice for all,” Slough wrote in the announcement of her retirement. “I am grateful and fortunate to have had the opportunity to participate in the work of the Judicial Council and to have worked closely with Chief Justice (Tani) Cantil-Sakauye and, for only a