A former jury foreman has brought a free speech challenge against secrecy rules of the Georgia Judicial Qualifications Commission.
The foreman, represented by the American Civil Liberties Union, attacks the commission’s rules requiring people who file complaints with the commission to keep that fact secret. The commission handles complaints about judges.
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