Stanislaus County Superior Court Judge Donald Shaver is taking a three-month leave so he can work for the International Criminal Court at The Hague, in The Netherlands. He is the first American judge to temp at the international court, which was created by the United Nations but is not recognized by the USA., Tuesday afternoon. (Bart Ah You / The Modesto Bee)
Stanislaus County Superior Court Judge Donald Shaver is taking a three-month leave so he can work for the International Criminal Court at The Hague, in The Netherlands. He is the first American judge to temp at the international court, which was created by the United Nations but is not recognized by the USA., Tuesday afternoon. (Bart Ah You / The Modesto Bee)
Stanislaus County Superior Court Judge Donald Shaver is taking a three-month leave so he can work for the International Criminal Court at The Hague, in The Netherlands. He is the first American judge to temp at the international court, which was created by the United Nations but is not recognized by the USA., Tuesday afternoon. (Bart Ah You / The Modesto Bee)

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