Kenneth B. Hodges III, who made an unsuccessful run for state attorney general in Georgia as the Democratic candidate, has joined Ashe, Rafuse & Hill as a partner. Hodges made the move Monday from the Baudino Law Group, the health law firm that he joined in November 2008 after stepping down as Dougherty County district attorney, an office he’d held for 12 years.

Hodges said Baudino’s work was mostly transactional and that he wanted to litigate and try cases. "I’ve spent 18 of my 20 years as a lawyer in the courtroom," he said.

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