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FLORESALATORRE, Juan Jose, Mexican lawyer, born in Aguascalientes, 1 June 1766; died in the City of Mexico, 8 July 1854. He graduated at the University of Mexico in 1790, was appointed defender of the poor in 1794, and in 1799 public defender of the criminals of his tribunal. He was made judge of the same court in 1801, commissioned to inspect the treasury of Sombrerete in 1807, and in 1808 was promoted criminal judge for the Supreme Court of Mexico. He was deputy for Zacatecas to the constituent cortes of Cadiz in 1813, and in 1814 was elected president of the Academy of jurisprudence. In 1818 he became a member of the Supreme Court of Guadalajara. The Emperor Iturbide appointed him one of the members of the Supreme Court of the empire, and during the political disturbances of the following years Flores was left undisturbed in his office, which he left in 1840, with a pension. He left ready for publication a "Diccionario Legislativo."
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