SACRAMENTO — Former California Chief Justice Roger Traynor famously observed that the greatest judges change “not by fits and starts, but at the pace of the tortoise that steadily advances though it carries the past on its back.”

With the impending retirement of Associate Justice Marvin Baxter, the state’s high court may become the tortoise that gets a solid nudge in the tail, one appellate lawyer suggested.

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