David Edward Betts’ fall from grace was sudden and dramatic.

He was a partner at a respected Atlanta law firm, an associate Fulton County attorney and a man regarded by his colleagues as gifted in the law. He lived comfortably, sporting a Buckhead address and an English butler. He even ran, unsuccessfully, for Fulton State Court judge in 1984.

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