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Judicial Immunity Protects Ex-Judge from Woman's Suit

'Asking for sex is not a civil rights violation,' lawyer says after dismissal of suit against Murray County ex-magistrate

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A federal judge in Rome has dismissed a civil rights suit against a former Murray County magistrate judge, finding that he was entitled to judicial immunity even though his conduct was "distasteful and inappropriate."

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Originally appeared in print as Judicial immunity protects ex-judge from woman's suit Judicial immunity protects ex-judge from woman's suit

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    The "good name of Bryant Cochran". Ha Ha!

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