Corrupt Judge Morris D. Jacobson

FILED
DEC 1 9 2019

STATE OF CALIFORNIA
COMMISSION ON
JUDICIAL PERFORMANCE

BEFORE THE COMMISSION ON JUDICIAL PERFORMANCE
INQUIRY CONCERNING
JUDGE MORRIS D. JACOBSON,

No. 205
DECISION AND ORDER
IMPOSING PUBLIC ADMONISHMENT
PURSUANT TO STIPULATION
(Commission Rule 127)

I. INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY
This disciplinary matter concerns Judge Morris D. Jacobson, a judge of the
Alameda County Superior Court. On October 29, 2019, the commission filed its
Notice of Formal Proceedings (Notice) against Judge Jacobson.
By Stipulation for Discipline by Consent (Stipulation), Judge Jacobson and
his counsel, Edith R. Matthai, Esq., of Robie and Matthai, and the examiner for
the commission, Mark A. Lizarraga, Esq., proposed that the commission resolve
this matter by imposition of a public admonishment. Pursuant to the Stipulation,
Judge Jacobson waives any further proceedings and review in this matter,
including formal proceedings (Rules of Com. on Jud. Performance, rule 118 et
seq.) and review by the Supreme Court (Cal. Rules of Court, rule 9.60). (The
Stipulation is attached to this decision.)

Pursuant to commission rule 127, the Stipulation was approved by the
commission on December 16, 2019. Accordingly, the commission issues this
public admonishment based on the terms and conditions of the Stipulation and
based on the following Stipulated Facts and Legal Conclusions.

INQUIRY CONCERNING JUDGE MORRIS D. JACOBSON, No. 205 DECISION AND ORDER IMPOSING PUBLIC ADMONISHMENT PURSUANT TO STIPULATION

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