House Speaker Appoints Longtime Investigator to JQC But Rejects Bar Nominees

The Speaker of Georgia's House of Representatives has reappointed Richard Hyde, the state Judicial Qualifications Commission's former longtime investigator, to continue serving as a commissioner on the newly-constituted agency now under the Legislature's control.

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