Confessions of a Federal Judge's Law Clerk is a tell-all memoir that is hot off the press, just published on April 15. Bob Thomas, of Columbia's Rogers, Townsend and Thomas law firm, in 1954-55 was the law clerk for U.S. District Judge George Bell Timmerman (1881-1966). Bob wrote on page one, "Judge Timmerman was outspoken about his views. He was angry with the United States Supreme Court and frequently and openly criticized the court. He was an active member of the Batesburg Baptist Church and was a leader in criticizing the church's pastor for his ‘liberal' views on race.
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