Mr. Jaeger graduated from the University of Florida with a Juris Doctorate degree in 1974. From 1974 until 1981, Mr. Jaeger served as a prosecutor with the State Attorney’s Office in Orange County. He was the Chief of County Courts, Chief of Traffic Court, and Chief of the Juvenile Division.
During his time as a prosecutor, he was assigned to special governor appointments regarding murder cases in counties where there was a conflict with the State Attorney’s Office. He was the first prosecutor to try a Racketeering/RICO case in Seminole County. Mr. Jaeger was appointed to represent the State Attorney’s Office at the National Juvenile Justice Conference in Washington D.C., which resulted in a statutory reform of juvenile law in the State of Florida.
Mr. Jaeger handled thousands of criminal cases ranging from traffic offenses to first-degree murder.
At Ali & Blankner, we are proud to carry on the legacy of excellence that our friend and colleague, Joerg Jaeger, left behind. To learn more about our firm, speak with a member of our team today.