Judge Owen Forrester Dies at 75

'Hard-working jurist,' 75, helped advance federal courtroom technology and loved being a trial judge

, Daily Report


U.S. District Senior Judge J. Owen Forrester, appointed to the federal bench in Atlanta by President Ronald Reagan, died Tuesday morning.

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  • Jeffrey Bogart

    I was hired as an AUSA like many others by Judge Forrester.He was a friend, great mentor and colleague.His influence made me and many others better people and lawyers.He will be missed.

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