Fed Govt paper #4 revised

Fed Govt paper #4 revised - Hayre 1 Jesse Hayre Government...

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Hayre 1 Jesse Hayre Government 2305 Section A8 13-May-09 Chief Justice Earl Warren Earl Warren was born in Los Angeles, California, to Methias H. Warren, a Norwegian immigrant, and Crystal Hernlund, a Swedish immigrant (Wikipedia.org). Earl grew up in Bakersfield, California where he attended Junior High and High School. “It was in Bakersfield that Warren’s father was murdered during a robbery by an unknown killer” (wikipedia.org). Warren went on to attend University of California, Berkeley earning his law degree in 1914, as well as being admitted into the California bar. “He worked a year for Associated Oil Company in San Francisco then joined a private law firm in Oakland”(wikipedia.org). In August 1917, he enlisted in the U.S. Army for service in the Great War. He was assigned to the 91 st Division at Camp Lewis, Washington. He was discharged with 1 st Lieutenant Rank in 1918. He served as a clerk of the Judicial Committee for the 1919 Session of the California State Assembly. Between 1920 and 1925, he served as deputy district attorney of Alameda County. In 1925, he was appointed as District Attorney of Alameda County. He was re-elected to three four-year terms. He served Alameda County as D.A. from 1925 to 1939, as a tough- on-crime District Attorney and reformer who professionalized the DA’s office
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2008 for the course GOVT 2306 taught by Professor Denman during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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