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This profile was last updated on 5/14/15  and contains information from public web pages.

Board of Trustees Member

Sonoma County Law Library
Phone: (707) ***-****  HQ Phone
Sonoma County Library
211 E Street
Santa Rosa , California 95404
United States

Company Description: The Sonoma County Law Library is a state local government agency separate from the county government (much like fire or water districts). County government is...   more

Employment History

  • Superior Court Judge
    Sonoma County
  • Prosecutor With the District Attorney's Office
    Sonoma County
  • Chief Deputy District Attorney
    Sonoma County
  • Judge
138 Total References
Web References
About the Library, 14 May 2015 [cached]
The Honorable Kenneth J. Gnoss
The Board of Trustees | Public Law Library | County of Sonoma, 25 Dec 2014 [cached]
The Honorable Kenneth J. Gnoss
Sonoma County Superior Court Judge ..., 24 Sept 2010 [cached]
Sonoma County Superior Court Judge Ken Gnoss announced that he reduced the sentence of the Merced County District Attorney's son from 12 years to three years and four months in the fatal DUI accident which left one dead and one in a coma.
On July 15, 2009, Sonoma County Superior Court Judge Ken Gnoss sentenced the 18-year old son of the Merced County District Attorney to 12 years in prison for a fatal Rohnert Park DUI crash following a fraternity party, marijuana, a fake ID, and beer from Safeway, ultimately leading to tragedy in many lives.
The younger Morse sat quietly, ..., 16 July 2009 [cached]
The younger Morse sat quietly, his face red, and his hands folded in front of him, as Sonoma County Superior Court Judge Kenneth Gnoss determined his fate.
"We will not tolerate, we will not accept this type of crime," Gnoss said, in making his decision, which was recommended by Sonoma County's probation department.
In making his determination, Gnoss, a former prosecutor with the Sonoma County District Attorney's Office, said the decision was difficult, particularly because he has children in the same age group as the victims.
Although Gnoss acknowledged that he'd read letters from Dylan Morse's friends and family members asking for leniency, he felt it was important to send a strong message to the community on drinking and driving. "No matter what the sentence, I hope that it does not come close to the sentence you should impose on yourself for the rest of your life," Gnoss told Morse sternly.
Sonoma West Times & News [cached]
The burglary and robbery charges could add another 13 years to his sentence, to be served consecutively, according to Sonoma County chief deputy district attorney Ken Gnoss.
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