Holdover JQC Member Resigns as Watchdog Agency Morphs

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One of Gov. Nathan Deal's two appointees to the state Judicial Qualifications Commission has resigned as the judicial watchdog agency morphs from one that is constitutionally independent to a new, reconfigured agency under the purview of the General Assembly.

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  • Tandi Temple 404-450-9052

    Perhaps, now that the new JQC is being established, the commission will consider my most recent JQC complaint against Judge Bensonetta Tipton Lane. I proved to Wendall Willard that my August 8, 2008 Motion for a Receiver to protect 2.7 million dollars was removed from my docket

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