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Personal Financial Statements: Judges and district attorney

Explore this interactive summary of disclosures and the date each was filed. Those running for re-election were required to file in January; those who were not have until April to update their disclosures. State law allows judges, attorneys and others working in the criminal justice system to keep their home addresses private and some are redacted. The disclosures cover interests held the previous calendar year. In each category, Y indicates disclosed items in the category, while N indicates none.

Below is a description of what typically is disclosed in each category:

Other employment – jobs worked other than the office held

Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds – range of shares held

Royalties, Rents, Dividends, Interest – source and range of income

Notes – lease agreements and personal notes

Other property – real estate owned other than primary residence

Business interests – interest in business, including assets and liabilities of business associations

Gifts – Received in office

Trusts – Income from trusts or blind trusts

Boards – Membership, including executive positions, on profit and nonprofit groups

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