Judge W. Louis Sands was the first African-American to serve in a host of legal roles: assistant district attorney for the Macon Judicial Circuit, assistant U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Georgia, superior court judge in Bibb County, and district court judge and chief judge for the Middle District of Georgia.

But Sands says his goals was simply “to do the best job I could do” in each step.

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