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May 15

May 15, 2010 --

Allegations show Griffin Circuit judiciary system run amok Study: Delta rarely rewards frequent flyers Thousands of non-profits lose their tax status today Official: Injured athlete waited 17 minutes for ambulance

April 26

April 26, 2010 --

Roethlisberger case in trouble from the start Adoptions often profit execs, not families Griffin Circuit judge resigns in wake of sexual harassment claims Federal report critical of immigration detention program Corporate forces ready attack against ‘Citizens United’ legislation

Paschal English is 2nd Griffin Circuit judge to resign abruptly

Paschal English is 2nd Griffin Circuit judge to resign abruptly
April 24, 2010 --

And the beat goes on … Paschal English, the chief Superior Court judge of the Griffin Judicial Circuit, resigned Friday as questions swirled about his handling of complaints against another judge in his circuit.

Griffin Circuit judge agrees never to be a judge again

April 21, 2010 --

Griffin Circuit Superior Court Judge Johnnie L. Caldwell Jr. agreed he would never be a judge again when he resigned this week. That generally happens when the state has launched an investigation of the judge’s conduct. DA Scott Ballard acknowledged that a state investigator met with him Tuesday.

Griffin Circuit’s Johnnie Caldwell resigns judgeship after 15 years

April 19, 2010 --

Another one bites the dust: Johnnie L. Caldwell Jr., a Superior Court judge in Fayette and adjoining counties for 15 years, resigned today effective at the end of the week. Caldwell said he wanted “time to visit with my grandkids and maybe practice law.”

Oct. 29

October 29, 2009 --

Savannah diocese settles abuse for $4.3 million WSB-TV investigates unqualified aircraft mechanics Borders charges former rival with shakedown University furlough day hits low-pay workers too Cobb visitors bureau CEO fired after opposing office takeover plan Griffin judge to hear Carroll County chairman’s recall appeal Okefenokee Humane Society cut corners in changing bylaws, critics say