Gov. Gray Davis has appointed three attorneys to Los Angeles County Superior Court.
Vincent H. Okamoto, 58, of Torrance is a founding partner of the Okamoto, Wasserman & Torii law firm and a decorated Vietnam veteran.
Charles Q. Clay III, 38, of Long Beach is a deputy Los Angeles County district attorney who specializes in prosecuting sex crimes and domestic violence cases.
Mary Strobel, 45, of Los Angeles is an assistant Los Angeles city attorney and former staff counsel to the appointed Los Angeles Charter Reform Commission.
Okamoto and Strobel graduated from USC Law School. Clay is a graduate of Boalt Hall at UC Berkeley.
A judge's salary is $136,224.