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Employment History

The Council of State Governments


House Counsel

DCS Financial Inc


Representative To the Conference of Chief

American Judges Association


Teacher

Clark College


Affiliations

DWI

Member


Education

Clark College


J.D.


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Pacific Sentencing Initiative - About | Welcome to Pacific Sentecing

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Randal B. Fritzler
Randal B. Fritzler, J.D. has over 34 years experience in criminal litigation in both state and Federal courts. From 1986 through 2003, he served as a trial judge in Clark County, Washington. In 1997, he began organization of the Clark County Domestic Violence Court and was honored as the "Outstanding Judge of 1998" by the Washington State Misdemeanant Corrections Association. He founded the Clark County Mental Health court and in 1999, he was selected to chair the American Judges Association Therapeutic Jurisprudence Committee and represent the AJA to the Council of Chief Justices. He also served on the Council of State Governments, Re-entry Policy Council. hr_line2.gif Mr. Fritzler in addition to publishing articles and commentaries in five countries has contributed to several books. He is co-author of the recently published, Crime and Criminal Justice in American Society. The courts he created have been subject to comprehensive studies, which have shown favorable outcomes for both perpetrators and the public. He is an advocate for dynamic risk management processes to increase public safety while reducing the use of prisons and jails. Randal Fritzler has recently left the bench and has resumed private law practice. He is a founder and principal of Pacific Policy and Research Institute, Inc., teaches at Western Oregon University and consults on court reform issues. He has testified before the Washington State legislature and served as an expert witness in the courts of Washington and California. Recently he has focused upon applying Therapeutic Jurisprudence concepts to case disposition and sentencing.


www.orbar.org

In order to provide further guidance for lawyers handling cases involving veterans, Brown has joined Stanulis, Bergland and Washington attorney Randal Fritzler in writing a book called Veterans in the Criminal Justice System: A Manual for the Legal Professional.


Potential judges told to be ready for long hours, lots of work

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Despite that less-than-appealing job description, at least six attorneys have said they will apply to replace Randal Fritzler. Fritzler, 60, resigned. Schreiber told attorneys that judges will keep the specialty dockets that Fritzler helped create. Fritzler started the domestic violence and mental health courts, in which intensive efforts are made to get defendants into therapy. Fritzler, a judge for 17 years, resigned amidst allegations of unethical behavior. The Commission on Judicial Conduct is investigating whether Fritzler had a sexual affair with a court employee who was promoted to positions desired by more experienced clerks. Fritzler was disciplined by the panel in 1996 for having an affair with a different employee and was warned not to do it again. Fritzler has until Wednesday to respond to the allegations. Talk about this story in Neighborhood Issues.


About Pacific Sentencing Initiative - Pacific Sentencing Initiative

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Randal B. Fritzler
Randal B. Fritzler, J.D. has over 34 years experience in criminal litigation in both state and Federal courts. From 1986 through 2003, he served as a trial judge in Clark County, Washington. In 1997, he began organization of the Clark County Domestic Violence Court and was honored as the Outstanding Judge of 1998 by the Washington State Misdemeanant Corrections Association. He founded the Clark County Mental Health court and in 1999, he was selected to chair the American Judges Association Therapeutic Jurisprudence Committee and represent the AJA to the Council of Chief Justices. He also served on the Council of State Governments, Re-entry Policy Council. Mr. Fritzler in addition to publishing articles and commentaries in five countries has contributed to several books. He is co-author of the recently published, Crime and Criminal Justice in American Society. The courts he created have been subject to comprehensive studies, which have shown favorable outcomes for both perpetrators and the public. He is an advocate for dynamic risk management processes to increase public safety while reducing the use of prisons and jails. Randal Fritzler has recently left the bench and has resumed private law practice. He is a founder and principal of Pacific Policy and Research Institute, Inc., teaches at Western Oregon University and consults on court reform issues. He has testified before the Washington State legislature and served as an expert witness in the courts of Washington and California. Recently he has focused upon applying Therapeutic Jurisprudence concepts to case disposition and sentencing.


www.lestweforgetptsdsupport.org

In order to provide further guidance for lawyers handling cases involving veterans, Brown has joined Stanulis, Bergland and Washington attorney Randal Fritzler in writing a book called Veterans in the Criminal Justice System: A Manual for the Legal Professional.


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