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Rudolph Hargrave

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Robert Hargrave
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Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice
Assumed office
1978
Term ended
2010
Court of Civil Appeals Judge
Dates of service
1999
Political party
2004

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.[1] He retired on December 31, 2010.[2] Hargrave passed away on April 1, 2014.[3]

Education

Hargrave earned his J.D. from the University of Oklahoma in 1949.[4]

Career

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.[5]

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