"We want our elected Judges to be a reflection of ourselves at home, at work and in the community."

"Judges should understand the unique and diverse make up of Los Angeles County so that they can make fair decisions that represent the communities they serve." 

"Justice is best served with a balance of fairness, integrity, and compassion. The application of law is not only based on legal doctrine, but supported by the moral principles of the community.  As a judge, I am here to be the voice of the community and uphold its core values so that justice prevails."   Alicia Molina - 2016

 

 



About me

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Alicia Molina is a life long resident ofthe City of Montebello and currently practices law in Huntington Park.  Alicia Molina has dedicated her entire life to serving the community with an assortment of legal services to low income families throughout Los Angeles County. Her goal as a Superior Court Judge is to apply the law fairly, yet firmly, with equal justice for all.

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Education

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Alicia Molina graduated from Montebello High School in 1985 with a vision to be the first in her family to attend college.  In 1990, Alicia realized her dream and graduated from UCLA.  Alicia Molina's commitment and passion to help the community fueled her to graduate from Loyola Law School in 1995.

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Core values

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 With a simple dream for a better life, Luis B. Molina, Alicia Molina's father, immigrated to the United States; a journey he has never forgotten.  Alicia Molina grew up in the City of Montebello, the daughter of Mexican immigrants. Her father Luis and mother Estela arrived in their new homeland and taught Alicia and her siblings the traditional values they brought with them of family, unity, hard work, sacrifice, honesty, integrity, respect and perseverance, which are the values she will bring as a Superior Court Judge.

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