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Civil Litigation - Private
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Judge Jacobs is an example of excellent temperament. He reasonably expects the parties to know the law and the record. He struggles with criminal cases because he knows (a) the quality of representation is low in state courts; and (b) the U.S. government should not be given a free hand simply because they are expected to be the smartest in the room. Takes his role in civil rights cases very seriously. They are hard to prove, but when there is a question of act, he will affirm or reverse as the evidence presents itself. Struggles with tough cases, and must compromise with two other judges, remember.
7/15/19, 2:16 AM
Hon. Dennis Jacobs

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