San Diego County Grand Jury Members

 

Name Dist. Location Occupation
Cagle, Bob 2 San Diego Retired Software Engineer/Project Manager
Gerber, Axel 2 Lemon Grove Graphic Design
Gibson, Clarence 1 San Diego Retired Electronic Technician
Gilbert, Michael 5 Vista Retired Systems Performance Engineer
Hall, Michael 5 Carlsbad Retired Sales, Banking
Jozefczyk, Steve 3 Escondido Uber Driver
Mcnamara, Robert 1 San Diego Retired Eligibility Supervisor, County Of San Diego
Metz, Myra 5 Pauma Valley Retired Educational Administrator
Nagaran, Michael 3 San Diego Retired Educator
Navarro, Linda 1 Chula Vista Attorney At Law
Orcino-Madruga, Rose 1 San Diego Retired Attorney At Law
Ragatz, Jon 4 San Diego Graduate Business Adjunct Professor
Rutherford, Shari 2 El Cajon Retired Loan Officer-Property Management
Slivinski, Edwin 2 San Diego Retired Human Resources Director
Stanford, Richard 4 La Jolla Retired Software Engineer
Straub, James 3 San Diego Retired Director of Instructions/USD
Tanner, Ann 5 Carlsbad Retired Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Vaughan, Robert 1 Chula Vista Retired Attorney At Law
Weiss, Royce 3 Solana Beach Retired Legal Assistant

 

Foreperson: Rose Marie Orcino Madruga

Point Loma resident, Rose Marie Orcino Madruga, has been selected to serve as foreperson of the 2018/2019 San Diego County Grand Jury. Orcino Madruga and eighteen other Grand Jurors officially began their Grand Jury service on Monday, July 9, 2018.

A county resident for 39 years, Orcino Madruga says she wanted to give back to her community when she applied to serve on the County Grand Jury. “I have felt the need to take a more active role in the civic/political process and hopefully, give a little something back to the community in which I live. I want to learn more about San Diego County and perhaps ensure that our local governments run ethically, economically and efficiently.”

The California Constitution mandates a County Grand Jury that provides for a group of 19 citizens of the County to be brought together and to dedicate a year of full-time “watchdog” service looking into the workings of the local government.

“The civic oversight function of the grand jury is so important, and, if exercised wisely, provides significant public benefit at a remarkably low cost. Serving on a civil grand jury enables you to learn more about the community where you reside while making constructive suggestions to those in authority that will help ensure that our tax dollars are prudently spent,” says Orcino Madruga.