Facing the Senate Judiciary Committee this week, Georgia Court of Appeals Judge Michael Boggs said the Georgia law prevented him from discussing his views on abortion.
But one senator suggested Boggs, seeking confirmation to a seat on the U.S. District Court, may have violated the state code of judicial conduct 10 years ago as a candidate for the Waycross Circuit Superior Court and two years ago as sitting judge.
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