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‘Tyrannical partiality’ ascribed to Brunswick drug court judge

'Tyrannical partiality' ascribed to Brunswick drug court judge
November 9, 2011 --

A coastal Georgia judge whose actions drew national attention now must defend herself against formal charges that she denied a suicidal defendant and others the right to due process and ignored conflicts of interest with her family members. Judge Amanda Williams’ conduct amounted to “tyrannical partiality,” the Judicial Qualifications Commission said today.

Supremes remove pot-smokin’, door-kickin’ judge

Supremes remove pot-smokin', door-kickin' judge
September 6, 2011 --

A Northwest Georgia magistrate who regularly smoking marijuana and kicked in two doors at an in-law’s estranged husband’s house may never again serve as a judge in Georgia. So says the state Supreme Court, which issued a 7-page opinion this morning that removed Catoosa County Magistrate Court Judge Anthony Peters for such erratic behavior.