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Special Prosecutor In Jensen Case Who Screamed At Judge Once Lost An Election Against Him

Former Kenosha DA and Special Prosecutor Bob Jambois and Judge Anthony Milisauskas
(Photos by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

Special Prosecutor Robert Jambois lost his cool Wednesday in court. He screamed at Judge Anthony Milisauskas after he lost an objection. The judge told Jambois several times why he was overruled, but Jambois slowly raised his voice. Eventually Jambois was yelling loud enough that Milisauskas was concerned that the jury could hear him. Bob Jambois was the Kenosha County DA in 2007 and 2008 when he first prosecuted Mark Jensen for the poisoning death of his wife, Julie Jensen.

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Former Kenosha DA and Special Prosecutor Bob Jambois
(Photos by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Judge Anthony Milisauskas Reprimands Short-Tempered Special Prosecutor
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

This prosecutor-judge combo know each other. They were opponents for judge for Branch 4 in Kenosha County back in 2005. Milisauskas prevailed and has been a judge ever since.

April 5, 2005 Election Results
Via Kenosha County Website


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12 Responses

  1. Yup. His demeanor back then as a vindictive liberal hack is not different than his demeanor today after losing badly in that election. Challenge Bob as a DA and he and his “assistant” wife will try and destroy your family. Interesting how Bob tried to mock the defense attorney during cross while she was simply doing her job. Luckily Judge Milisauskas can see through the “clown show” Bob has on display and quickly said; unless Mr. Jambois wanted to be DA and the defense attorney let’s have this play out. Oh and let’s not forget the John Doe Walker investigation Bob took the lead on. Another loser for the tax payer.

  2. The judge is in charge, and if he needs to use a giant judicial fly swatter, then he should use his giant judicial fly swatter. There shouldn’t be a second trial since Jensen is exactly where he should be in a state that doesn’t have the death penalty, but that doesn’t change Jambois being a clown who doesn’t have to run for election in this County so he is probably enjoying picking up a few bucks to stop in and flex and scream.

  3. Bob made no friends in Madison either when he ran a dirty campaign against Ismael Ozanne in Dane County for DA, and lost badly…. Again! He then went on to sue the DA’s office and settled for a sweet $350K… Bob sure is livin’ large from county to county!

  4. The judge is a complete tool, he should have retired years ago. He hates the family court rotation and sure lets the people stuck with him know that. Kenosha needs to clean house.

  5. He was always arrogant with a shitty temper in my opinion. He ran around Kenosha like he owned the place. Looks like the years have not been a friend to him. Maybe now that he is old, fat and gray one would think he would have at least learned how to live his life with peace and tranquility. I guess not.

  6. Mr. Jambois: You, sir, killed in your closing argument on the Jensen 2 case. Hats off to you! And your voice is great, too, for what you do. Soothed me right into a guilty verdict in my mind. But, of course, the evidence was definitely there. I hope the jury sees the truth. Justice for Julie!

  7. I’ve studied many prosecutors and defense attorneys. Jambois seems to be in a league of his own. His delivery of the facts is without flaw. His cross of experts and his closing was masterful.

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