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Kenneth J. Gnoss

Presiding Judge

Juvenile Court

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Deputy District Attorney

Petaluma Tomorrow


Superior Court Judge

Sonoma County


Chief Deputy

Western State University College of Law


District Attorney's Office


Affiliations

Sonoma County Library

Board of Trustees Member


Education

Western State University School of Law


undergraduate degree

Pepperdine University


Web References(142 Total References)


www.sonomacountybar.org

Hon. Kenneth Gnoss
Presiding Judge of the Juvenile Court Hon. Kenneth Gnoss


www.sonomacountybar.org [cached]

Hon. Kenneth Gnoss Presiding Judge of the Juvenile Court Superior Court of California, County of Sonoma


sonomacountylawlibrary.org

The Honorable Kenneth J. Gnoss


www.sonomaduilawyers.com [cached]

According to the Petaluma Police Department's self-congratulatory press release, as Sergeant of the Petaluma Police Traffic Division, Lieutenant [Ken] Savano earned some of the most significant recognition of his career to-date.
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.


www.sonomacountylawlibrary.org [cached]

The Honorable Kenneth J. Gnoss


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