A divorce lawyer with a long-running conflict with a Fulton County Superior Court judge notched a victory—and a stern warning against judge-shopping—at the Georgia Court of Appeals last month.

A panel held that it was “constrained to agree” that Judge Bensonetta Tipton Lane did not follow the proper procedures when she refused to recuse from a case in which lawyer Lisa West was representing a party.

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