Character Reference Letter to judge, Sample & Format

A Character Reference letter to judge is written by an individual who is of high standing or an attorney who writes on behalf of a third party to account for the character of the third party.  The character reference letter is an important letter as the judge is the recipient, and would be deciding the judgment on a character in question.

From:

Jean Ford

Manager

Samson Steel Works

382 Laurel Lee
North St Paul, MN 55109

January 22, 2011

To:

The Honorable Judge William F. Moore

District Court

City of Los Angeles

Your Honor,

Re: Character Reference for Mr. Joe Mallory

I, Jean Ford, Manager of Samson Steel Works, am stating a few lines on the character of Mr. Joe Mallory.

I understand that Mr. Joe Mallory is nominated for jury duty and a character reference is required from his employment. I am Mr. Joe Mallory’s immediate superior at Samson Steel Works for 7 years. Mr. Mallory has been a diligent employee at Samson’s for 10 years who has received the company’s ‘Best Employee Award’ 4 times.

Mr. Mallory is an upright character who carries out his responsibilities without fear or favor. He is well respected by his subordinates and superiors as he executes a strong ethical discipline at work and in life.

I believe Mr. Mallory would be an excellent choice for jury duty as he has a sharp and analytical mind but yet holds a compassionate heart.

Please feel free to call on me for further assistance.

Yours truly,

Jean Ford

Manager

Samson Steel Works

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