Justice Tricia A. Bigelow Biography – Justice Tricia A. Bigelow Wiki
Justice Tricia A. Bigelow is a California Court of Appeal judge for 2nd District Division 8. In February 2010, she was confirmed as the presiding justice of the Second District Court of Appeal, Division Eight. Beginning in June 2008, she served as an associate justice in the same division. Presiding Justice Bigelow was assigned to the superior court in downtown Los Angeles prior to her appointment to the circuit court, where she presided over fast track civil trials and long-cause felony trials in general jurisdiction.
In 2015, the California Judges Association awarded Presiding Justice Bigelow the Bernard S. Jefferson Award for outstanding service to judicial education. She was given the Ronald M. George Award of Excellence by the California Judicial Council in 2014, which honours members of the judiciary for their exceptional commitment to the highest ideals of statewide justice administration. From 2006 to 2008, she was Dean of the annual Bernard E. Witkin Judicial College, where she was responsible for overseeing the education of all newly named California judges. From 2006 to 2008, she chaired the Los Angeles Supreme Court Civil Law Education Committee.
Presiding Justice Bigelow has written educational manuals and lectured on judicial ethics and fairness, jury instructions, civil motions and trials, criminal motions and trials, felony punishment, and sex crimes to a wide range of magistrates and attorneys. For The Rutter Party, she has co-authored three publications: Sex Crimes: California Law and Procedure, Sentencing California Crimes, and Sentencing California Three Strikes. She recently traveled to Uganda to help the judiciary enforce a form of plea bargaining.
Presiding Justice Bigelow is a member of the Board of Advisors at the School of Law of Pepperdine University, a former member of the Board of Directors of the Corporate and Trial Lawyers Association, and a former advisory member of the Committee on the Future of the Legal System of California.
Presiding Justice Bigelow was a deputy attorney general for the State of California, assigned to the Criminal Division, until her election to the bench. While there, before a number of California Courts of Appeal, the California Supreme Court, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, she treated hundreds of criminal appeals and delivered oral arguments. She was promoted to the positions of Deputy Attorney General Supervisor and Los Angeles Office Trial Coordinator, where she supervised both a team of deputy attorneys general and all criminal investigations and trials. She was promoted to the Criminal Prosecutor Unit, where organized crime and big fraud cases were conducted by her. As both a Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney and an Acting United States Attorney, she was cross-designated.
Tricia A. Bigelow and Tom Girardi
In a since-deleted Instagram post, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika “Jayne” Girardi alleged that her husband Tom Girardi was having an affair with Tricia A. Bigelow. She shared numerous screenshots of apparent texts allegedly sent from California judge, Justice Tricia A. Bigelow.
Jayne wrote in the caption: “This is Justice Tricia A. Bigelow. She was f**king my husband Tom Girardi and he was paying her Saks bill and paying for her plastic surgery.”
One of the messages reads, “Tonight was fantastic. Really. But it would be a whole lot better if I were f**king you.” Another message read, “Miss you babe. Makeup sex?” along with several requests for Girardi to pay a Dr. David Matlock, with Bigalow threatening, “I can ask my new boyfriend to pay if it’s a problem. He’s got big dough.”
Justice Tricia A. Bigelow Husband
Tricia A. Bigelow was engaged to Terrance J. Manning in 2010. Manning was a firefighter for the Los Angeles City Fire Department for 33 years. While working as a firefighter, Manning had been appointed the position of assistant chief, according to the L.A. Times. However, it is unclear if the two were ever married.
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