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How 'He hit me' led to a judge's private rebuke by the JQC

Wife changed her story, and Albany judge resolved aggravated assault charge with counseling

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It was nearly midnight when a guest attending a party at an Albany police captain's home in May 2011 spotted the judge's wife standing near the street in tears, bleeding from a gash above a blackening eye. Judge Willie Weaver, right, denied hitting his wife. His defense lawyer, Johnnie Graham, at left.

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