For many Atlantans, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jerry Baxter will always be associated with the trial of a dozen Atlanta Public Schools educators accused of cheating on standardized tests.

With his ever-present bow tie and knack for turning a pithy phrase, the sometimes irascible judge made no secret of his desire to move the case along, repeatedly admonishing defendants that he was likely to impose jail time upon those who refused to admit guilt as evidence of their involvement piled up.

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