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Civil Litigation - Private
Judge Jackson often makes up his mind long before ANY discovery has taken place based on God only knows what criteria, makes many largely unsupported conclusory statements that are prejudicial to one side, even interrupting counsel he disagrees with to prevent counsel from completing a thought/argument, and generally acts curmudgeonly in his court. He probably should have retired long ago, and his personal conduct in the courtroom is, in my opinion, prejudicial to the administration of justice, but he does not seem to care, of course.
7/15/19, 2:16 AM
Hon. R. Brooke Jackson
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