|Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice|
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|Court of Civil Appeals Judge|
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Rudolph Hargrave was a justice on the Oklahoma Supreme Court. He was appointed to this position by Governor Boren on October 10, 1978. He served one term as Chief Justice, beginning on January 1, 1989. He retired on December 31, 2010.
From 1949-1964, Justice Hargrave operated in private practice in Wewoka. He served as judge for Seminole County from 1964 to 1967. From 1967 to 1969, Judge Hargrave was Seminole County Superior Court Judge and District Judge for the District 22 Court from 1969 to 1978. He was appointed to the Oklahoma Supreme Court in 1978. 
Awards and Associations
During his term as Chief Justice he was elected by the National Conference of Chief Justices as Vice-President of that conference, the only Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice ever to serve in that position. He is also a member of the Seminole County Bar Association, Oklahoma Bar Association, American Bar Association and the Oklahoma Judicial Conference.
- The Supreme Court of the State of Oklahoma, Justice Rudolph Hargrave, District No. 8
- Project Vote Smart, Justice Rudolph Hargrave (OK)
- New York Law School, "Oklahoma Supreme Court Sends Mixed Signals on Same-Sex Divorce Dispute"
- Seminole Nation, "American Indian culture celebrated at Red Earth Festival and Sovereignty Symposium"
|Former||Rudolph Hargrave • Marian Opala • Robert E. Lavender •|