Four new Los Angeles County Superior Court judges have been appointed by Gov. George Deukmejian to fill bench vacancies left by three retirements and a death.
Pomona Municipal Judge Robert A. Dukes, 40, of Claremont, was named to replace the late Superior Court Judge Glenn M. Pfau.
Municipal Judge Richard Neidorf, 44, of Los Angeles, was appointed to take the place of Superior Court Judge David A. Thomas.
Paul G. Flynn, 49, of Pacific Palisades, a Pepperdine law professor, will replace Judge Robert D. Fratianne.
Municipal Judge Bert Glennon, Jr., 50, of Tarzana, will take the place of William E. McGinley.
Deukmejian appointed Dukes and Neidorf to the Municipal Court bench in 1987. He named Glennon to the Culver Judicial District bench in 1986.
Dukes and Neidorf are former deputy Los Angeles County district attorneys.
Flynn is a former chief assistant U.S. attorney while Glennon is a former assistant Los Angeles city attorney and Culver City city attorney.