Corrupt Judge Barbara R. Johnson

Corrupt Los Angeles Supeior Court Judge NOT Honorable Barbara Rose Johnson

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Barbara Rose Johnson #93408


Attorney Profile
Barbara Rose Johnson #93408
License Status: Active
Address: PO Box 43515, Los Angeles, CA 90043-0515
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License Status, Disciplinary and Administrative History
All changes of license status due to nondisciplinary administrative matters and disciplinary actions.
Date License Status Discipline Administrative Action
Present Active
10/31/2020 Active
11/12/1993 Judge
11/12/1980 Admitted to the State Bar of California

Johnson, Miguda-Armstead to Retire From Los Angeles Superior Court Judgeships

Johnson’s Departure
Johnson, 66, whose last actual day on the bench was Aug. 21, will use up available vacation days and officially retire on Sept. 30.
Highlighting Johnson’s career on the bench was serving as presiding judge of the Superior Court’s Appellate Division.
She was appointed to the Los Angeles Municipal Court on Oct. 22, 1993 by then-Governor Pete Wilson, and became a Superior Court judge in 2000 through trial court unification. Johnson was an assistant city attorney in Inglewood at the time of her appointment.
A graduate of California Western School of Law, she was president of the Inglewood District Bar Association in 1988 and president of the Black Women Lawyers of Los Angeles in 1993.
Johnson did not respond to a request for comment on her plans and reflections.

Effective November 12, the Probate Division at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse, 111 N. Hill Street, Los Angeles, will implement the following changes:
Judge Ana Maria Luna will be reassigned from Department 79 to Department 11. All cases assigned to Department 11 will be reassigned to Judge Luna for all purposes. She replaces Judge Barbara R. Johnson who retired from the Court on September 30.
Commissioner Mary Wickham will be assigned to Department 79. All cases assigned to Department 79 will be reassigned to Commissioner Wickham for all purposes unless otherwise ordered transferred to Department 11.

CA Bar #: 93408 (November 1980)
Appointed By: Gov. Peter Barton Wilson
NOW AT ADR Century City creating injustices

Barbara Johnson (California)
Prior offices
Superior Court of Los Angeles County

Yale University

California Western School of Law

Barbara Johnson was a judge of the Los Angeles County Superior Court in California. She served from 2000 to 2020. She retired from the court on September 30, 2020.[1]

Johnson ran for re-election for judge of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County in California. She won in the primary election on June 5, 2018.

Hon. Barbara R. Johnson retired from the Los Angeles Superior Court in 2020 after 27 years on the bench. She enjoyed a distinguished judicial career as a respected trial judge with an uncompromising approach to legal adjudication, with assignments in Probate, the Appellate Division, and the Criminal Department. Her lifelong commitment to promoting justice and making decisions based on fairness and reason now extend to her work as a Mediator, Arbitrator, Referee, and Private Judge with ADR Services, Inc.

For the last several years of her judicial career, Judge Johnson served in a Probate Court assignment, drawing upon her prior experience as a probate lawyer to oversee a wide range of matters, including breach of fiduciary duty, contested conservatorships, contested guardianships, trust and estate accounting disputes, contested real property transfers, trust contests, trust administration disputes, and will contests. She presided over pretrials, trials, and the fees, accountings, motions, and discovery associated therewith. In addition, she participated in numerous settlement conferences and was instrumental in helping the parties negotiate mutually beneficial agreements for the resolution of their disputes.

Prior to her judicial appointment, Judge Johnson began her legal career as a sole practitioner handling probate, family law, landlord tenant, and criminal matters. She then joined the City of Inglewood as a Deputy City Attorney and later as an Assistant City Attorney. She remained there until her appointment to the bench in 1993.

Judge Johnson is a graduate of Yale University and California Western School of Law.

Ask a victim of this judge about here tactics and lack of honor
Ernest Moore

Ernest Moore Response from supervising judge dept Eric C. Taylor


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