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Civil Litigation - Private
I do not practice in the Federal Courts. I have never appeared before Judge Titus, so I have no axe to grind or favor to curry. However, I have had extensive professional experience, going back about 30 years, with the Judge when he was in private practice. I came to know him as a consummate professional, not afraid, nor beyond his ability, to tackle the most complicated matters. When he was appointed to the bench, I felt that Maryland had lost probably what I thought was the best civil litigator in the state at that time. Again, I have never appeared before Judge Titus nor, for that matter, do I ever expect to. However, I have read a number of his opinions. Based upon my review of that body of work, it appears to me he has carried forward the same work ethic from his private practice of law to his role on the bench. Now, it would not surprise me in the least that the Judge may not suffer lightly attorneys who do not follow, or try to play fast and loose with, the applicable rules, or disrepect the Court. He didn't take that lightly in private practice and I doubt he does now. Just my thoughts.
7/15/19, 2:12 AM
Hon. Roger W. Titus
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