Gutierrez, Annie

Ethnicity: Latin American Mexican American/Chicano
Professional Facts

Practice Area:
Civil Rights
Criminal Law
Criminal defense
Civil rights
Police misconduct
Regions and States of Practice:
DC, South
CA, West
Legal Education:
Stanford University Law School, 1971
Other Education:
Pomona College
Positions During Her Career:
Lay Judge in Westmorland Judicial District, California (1965-1968)
Private law practice (1972-1975)
Executive Secretary ALRB, Sacramento, California (1975-1977)
Associate Director, Domestic Policy Staff at The White House (1977-1978)
INS District Director for Mexico and Latin America, (American Embassy, Mexico City) (1978-1981)
Formed law practice of Campillo & Gutierrez (1981-1986)
Litigation and Trial Consultant to other attorneys (6 mo/year, 1986-1992)
Deputy Alternate Public Defender and Public Defender in San Diego (1992-2001)
Consultant to the government of Zambia
Deputy District Attorney of Imperial County, California (1995)
Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of California (1995-2002)
Judge of the Superior Court, County of Imperial, State of California (2002-2008)
National 4-H Achievement Award for girls (1959)
"Commendation for Work in Starting the ALRB" from the California State Legislature, awarded by Joint Resolution (1977)
"Outstanding Citizen Award" from the United California Mexican American Association (1980)
"Living Legacy Award for Justice" from the Women's International Center (1986)
"Las Primeras" Award from MANA a national Latina women's organization
"Furthering Peace and Justice" Award from Business and Professional Women in San Diego (1991)
"Pioneer Latina in the Law" Award from the National Hispanic Bar Association (1993)
"Phenomenal Women Award" from the Ethnic Minority Bar Associations of S.D. County (1998)
U.S. Dept. Justice Special Achievement Award (1999)

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