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For LA County Judge Seat #12

About Rhonda

Rhonda Antoinette Haymon, a determined and resilient individual born in Bellflower, California, embodies a profound commitment to justice and fairness.

Rhonda Haymon stands for the personification of judicial excellence over a 23 year law practicing career, she has establish a success rate for the people that has lead to a title of "The People's Dream Judge". It is all lead by her desire to take "The People" F.A.R





These are the principles and source of her beliefs to preside as a judge.

Getting to know Rhonda

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Why am I running for office?

Where to vote?

My top 3 accolades?

Interview with Dominique Diprima


Gardena High School (with high honors)

Tuskegee University in the State of Alabama and Bachelor of Science Degree, Summa Cum Laude, with an emphasis on the Social and Political Sciences, and Mathematics.

Passed both the Oregon and the California State Bar

Membership and Leadership at Tuskegee University, Joined Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Served as Vice-President of the Gamma Tau Chapter

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Practicing attorney for over 23 years

Started public service work in the Orange County Public Defender’s Office in 2001

Continued work seeking justice at the Los Angeles County Public Defender’s Office in 2004

Devoted career to giving a voice to those historically without a voice

Representative for young lawyers newly admitted to the bar or practicing up to five years

Notable success with a winning record in jury trials

Earned the nickname "Ms. Acquittal" based on courtroom success

Achieved success by mastering relevant law, leveraging inner strength, and ensuring checks and balances in the courtroom


Fought for fairness and justice in the courtroom

Vigilantly fought when the law was not followed in trial courts

Successfully overturned cases in the Appellate Court

Litigated cases with life imprisonment sentence

Specialized in defending adults and juveniles in felony cases ranging from petty thefts to homicides

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Here are Rhonda’s principles and source of beliefs to preside as a judge:







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A United States citizen and a resident of California

18 years old or older on Election Day

Not currently serving a state or federal prison term for the conviction of a felony

Not currently found mentally incompetent to vote by a court

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