Flags fly at half-staff to honor former Hawaii Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald Moon

HONOLULU — Gov. David Ige has ordered that all state offices, agencies and the Hawaii National Guard to fly flags of the United States and State of Hawaii at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Aug. 8 to honor the late former Hawaii Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald Moon. In addition, the State of Hawaii’s Supreme Court will hold a special session the same day to honor former Chief Justice Moon.


What You Need To Know

    • U.S. and State of Hawaii flags will fly at half-staff from sunrise to sunset Aug. 8 in honor of former Hawaii Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald Moon
    • Moon passed away on July 4, 2022
    • He was the first Korean American to become the chief justice of a state supreme court and served a total of 28 years on the bench
  • Described as a “visionary leader and trailblazer,” Moon started innovative programs and received many awards and recognitions throughout his tenure
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