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Finally, 3 years later, trial set for alleged theft of public funds

Finally, 3 years later, trial set for alleged theft of public funds
October 4, 2010 --

Three years ago, a grand jury indicted Davetta Johnson Mitchell, alleging she used seven checks to steal $40,000 in public money. Now, after the case nearly slipped through the cracks, a judge says the former executive director of the Atlanta-Fulton County Recreation Authority will finally get her month in court.

May 16

May 16, 2010 --

Fayette deputy discovered judge, defense attorney in subdivision Opinion: Is public body serving as Cobb Chamber’s private piggybank? Small Georgia banks bet too big on Atlanta Wealthiest Ga. candidate insists on disclosure State stands by youth facility operator after sexual assault

Judge reprimanded for cussing out GBI agents, prosecutors

May 11, 2010 --

A North Georgia judge today acknowledged trying to intimidate prosecutors who were investigating another judge in her circuit for alleged election fraud. Lookout Mountain Superior Court Judge Kristina Cook Connelly Graham received a public reprimand in court today for two unrelated incidents in 2008 and 2009. The reprimand said Graham had admitted her actions.