The foundations of justice are found in a balanced, impartial, and fair system that maintains the dignity of the people and the integrity of the system.
Currently, Thomas serves as a volunteer temporary judge. When people come into his courtroom, they appear in front of someone born in poverty, who experienced homelessness as a child and adult, and has been a victim of domestic violence. His life experience, legal experience, legal knowledge, and community service prepares him to be an excellent judge.
Thomas uses his diverse legal experience to help make balanced decisions. His trial experience and practice in family, criminal, civil litigation, and landlord-tenant make him the best-prepared candidate to take on any judicial assignment.
His experience as a legal professor at two community colleges, a university, and a law school prepare him to communicate complicated laws and legal decisions to people without experience in the law.
Thomas will use his knowledge from studying public administration at master’s and doctoral levels to ensure his decisions are fair and balanced for all involved.
Finally, his years of community service, providing more than 75 free legal clinics and more than 100 community engagement and education programs, informs his empathy and commitment to maintaining dignity throughout the Court process.
Thomas is committed to justice, devoted to law and is the best candidate for Los Angeles Superior Court Judge, office 151.