Ollie Marie-Victoire, S.F. judge, dies A native of Denver, she picked up her early feminist inclinations from the single mother who raised her with the help of a like-minded aunt, said the judge's daughter, Jeanine Landsinger of San Francisco. Gloria Duffy, a former classmate and lifelong friend, recalled walking home together after dancing class one day in the late 1930s and stepping inside an unoccupied Catholic church. Ollie Blevins met Georges Marie-Victoire, a French pilot, at a 1943 reception in Denver, where he was training to fly planes for the U.S.

  • Ollie Marie-Victoire, S.F. judge, dies
    One of the first things Ollie Marie-Victoire did after becoming a San Francisco judge in 1974 was to dismiss more than 100 prostitution charges against women because the district attorney wasn't prosecuting the men who solicited them. Another thing she did ...
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