The rumors around the Orange County Courthouse in the mid-1990s were that justice depended on which lawyer was in which courtroom, former Presiding Judge Theodore Millard testified at a Commission on Judicial Performance hearing that is under way in Santa Ana. “It made all the judges look bad,” he said.

The allegations of favoritism, however, centered on just one judge: Luis Cardenas.

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