Dec. 7 – Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
Though his role as an appellate justice involved less contact with defendants than as as associate judge, Salone said he still found the work gratifying.
He remembered advice he once received from the late R. Eugene Pincham, a former 1st District appellate justice and attorney.
“He was very fond of saying, ‘Today’s dissent is tomorrow’s majority,'” Salone said. “That made an impression on me. He was saying, ‘If you believe it, and you can justify it in law, then stand your ground.”