Friday, June 5, 2015

Former Glynn County Judge indicted

Former Brunswick Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Amanda Williams was indicted Wednesday by a Fulton County grand jury on one count of making false statements and one count of violating her oath of office, The News has learned.

Williams resigned from the bench in January 2012 amid allegations of ethics violations in a 2011 state Judicial Qualifications Commission report.

Following the allegations and Williams' resignation, Attorney General Sam Olens appointed Fulton County District Attorney's office to investigate Williams for potential criminal charges.

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Former Glynn County Judge indicted

1 comment:

StandUp said...

I am encouraged that there is a criminal investigation in place.