Hon. Christopher B. Marshall See Rating Details
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Superior Court
San Bernardino County
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* Temperament (1=Awful,10=Excellent)
* Scholarship (1=Awful,10=Excellent)
* Industriousness (1=Not at all industrious,10=Highly industrious)
* Ability to Handle Complex Litigation (1=Awful,10=Excellent)
* Punctuality (1=Chronically Late,10=Always on Time)
* General Ability to Handle Pre-Trial Matters (1=Not all Able, 10=Extremely Able)
* General Ability as a Trial Judge (1=Not all Able, 10=Extremely Able)
Flexibility In Scheduling (1=Completely Inflexible,10=Very Flexible)


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* Evenhandedness in Criminal Litigation (1=Demonstrates Bias,10=Entirely Evenhanded)
General Inclination Regarding Bail (1=Pro-Defense,10=Pro-Government)
Involvement in Plea Discussions (1=Not at all Involved, 10=Very Involved)
General Inclination in Criminal Cases Pretrial Stage (1=Pro-prosecution,10=Pro-defense)
General Inclination in Criminal Cases Trial Stage (1=Pro-prosecution,10=Pro-defense)
General Inclination in Criminal Cases Sentencing Stage (1=Pro-prosecution,10=Pro-defense)


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* Evenhandedness in Civil Litigation (1=Not at all Evenhanded,10=Entirely Evenhanded)
Involvement in Settlement Discussions (1=Not at all Involved,10=Very Involved)
General Inclination (1=Pro-defendant, 10=Pro-plaintiff)
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Comment #: CA5597
Rating:1.0
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He was the judge for my sister's CPS case. Her baby boy died in his sleep. CPS took her 3 year old boy and put him in foster care. CPS asked the judge to not allow visits just in case the parents had done something to the baby and the older boy had seen it, which would make him upset if he saw them. The judge okayed this. This was a little boy whose brother had just died, and not only was he suddenly put with strangers, he was also completely cut off from his whole family. He never got to say goodbye to his parents, because he was at an aunt's house when he was taken. The judge took their rights a year later. The baby's autopsy had not even come out yet. The parents didn't know that their rights were going to be terminated, which is against court law. It is normal procedure for rights to be terminated 90 days after the previous hearing, in order for parents to have the time to do what is needed to improve their situation so they can get the child back. Their last hearing was less than two months before he took their rights. These are parents who have never been charged with anything by the police. Because of this judge, they lost not one child, but two, and so did the whole family.