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Clare M. Maier

Judge

Superior Court of Contra Costa County

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Superior Court of Contra Costa County

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Background Information

Employment History

Associate

Contra Costa County


Judge Pro Tempore and A Commissioner

Contra Costa Health Services


Affiliations

Neighborhood Crime Prevention Council and the East Bay Regional Parks

Park Trustee


Education

associate's degree

Los Angeles City College


bachelor's degree

UCLA


law degree

UC-Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law


Web References(26 Total References)


S4R In Pictures | Support4Recovery

support4recovery.org [cached]

Dr. Anne Sutherland Chair of the Contra Costa County Alcohol and Other Drugs Advisory Board, Tom Aswad Vice Chair of the same board and Clare M. Maier Judge of the Superior Court of Contra Costa County.


www.madsenlawfirm.com

Judge Clare Maier confirmed a June 20 preliminary hearing date for Lafayette teacher Michael Merrick Tuesday, while Deputy District Attorney Johanna Schonfield intimated a possible plea deal was in the offing.
Schonfield and attorney Richard Madsen both requested that arguments presented for closure of the courtroom to the public be made to Judge Maier due to her familiarity with the case and before the case is handed to Judge Nancy Davis Stark. All of Merrick's appearances have, to date, been before Maier, the attorneys said. The teacher has been in custody since his arrest on multiple felony counts of having sex with a minor on Oct. 17, 2010. Maier briefly expressed concern that a new judge, hearing details of the case for the first time, would have to "ramp up" pretty quickly.


www.madsenlawfirm.com

Judge Clare Maier confirmed a June 20 preliminary hearing date for Lafayette teacher Michael Merrick Tuesday, while Deputy District Attorney Johanna Schonfield intimated a possible...


cclawyer.cccba.org

At present, our trial team in Martinez consists of Judges Mary Ann O'Malley, Diana Becton, Theresa Canepa, Ben Burch, Penny Scanlon, Lewis Davis and Clare Maier.


cclawyer.cccba.org

Judge Clare Maier presides over an equally diverse, and particularly eclectic, set of calendars, including the Prop 36, FADS (Felony Alternative Drug Sentencing), and misdemeanor domestic violence calendars, plus many more.
In her spare time, Judge Maier also teaches yoga, plants flower beds and bakes up a storm - and that's just for her Court family. Judge Maier juggles all of these disciplines with her trademark enthusiasm, hard work and compassion. Unfortunately, our Proposition 36 Drug Court lost all of its funding as of June 30, 2011, and we no longer have funding for representatives from our County Alcohol and Other Drug Services ("AODS") team members. Thus, when drug offenders are referred for treatment, they are likely to encounter long waiting lists for both residential and out-patient treatment facilities. Judge Maier, however, worked with treatment providers and representatives of AODS to maintain treatment services, including drug testing - a critical component to ensure compliance - and is working on a plan to arrange transportation from detention facilities to residential treatment programs. Additionally, one of our County programs will be creating a "retention group" for defendants on waiting lists for residential treatment programs. We also have funding for an intensive (out-patient) program for women with children, an invaluable program as the waiting list for women's treatment beds is particularly long. So, despite the lack of funding, our Court is able to continue to offer treatment for addiction, largely because of the tremendous efforts of Judge Maier and all of the participating agencies.


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