Ballot for Paulding Superior Court Judge is Now Blank

Governor will Appoint successor after judge's term expires, Kemp's office says

, Daily Report


The daughter of a Paulding County Superior Court judge on Monday withdrew her controversial candidacy for her father's judicial post as part of an agreement with the state judicial disciplinary agency.

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    How will any defendant feel in the future knowing that the ethical conduct of their presiding judge (Osborne) has been subject to investigation by the JQC? Will they have grounds for recourse should the judges‘ ruling go against them?

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