County-funded online shopping sprees. Money meant for a student’s suit—stolen. A personal credit card paid from a nonprofit’s account.
These are just some of the crimes that amounted to dozens of felonies and misdemeanors, and led to a conviction and prison sentence for an ex-Georgia chief magistrate judge.
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