Ethics Professor Calls for More Transparency from Olens

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In response to questions from the Daily Report about Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens' decision not to release a controversial ethics commission memo during prior wrongful termination litigation against the state, a noted law and ethics professor is calling on Olens to be more transparent.

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  • Family Court Review

    Since we‘re on the subject of ethics, DR readers might enjoy a more comprehensive investigation/report of the Ga Bar‘s clandestine award to Judge Bensonetta Tipton-Lane after her alleged bias in the Usher/Tamika child custody case. Yes, I mean the un-named award the Georgia Bar won‘t discuss.

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