The Supreme Court of Georgia reinstated three of four criminal charges Thursday against two metro Atlanta lawyers and their client stemming from a secret recording of her sexual encounter with the chairman of the Waffle House restaurant chain.

In a unanimous ruling with three separate concurrence by five justices, the high court reversed a Fulton County judge’s dismissal of felony charges lodged against attorneys David Cohen and John Butters and their client, Mye Brindle.

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