Curtis M. Fiorini is a judge of the Sacramento County Superior Court and currently presides over criminal jury trials. He has presided over a felony arraignment court, a misdemeanor arraignment court and was the presiding judge of the Sacramento County Domestic Violence Court from 2012 to 2014. He has presided over many complex criminal trials involving homicides, sexual assaults, child molestations, human trafficking and gang cases. Judge Fiorini received his undergraduate degree from California State University Stanislaus before earning a juris doctor degree from California Western School of Law in 1995. Judge Fiorini started in private practice as an associate handling business litigation and personal injury matters. He then worked as a Deputy District Attorney for Stanislaus County before returning to civil litigation where he specialized in complex business matters, real estate law and employment litigation. Judge Fiorini then joined the Sacramento County District Attorney’s office in 2001 where he remained until his appointment to the bench in 2010. Judge Fiorini has also been Lincoln Law School’s Professor of Evidence since 2011.