Magistrate Judge Anthony Peters listens during an April hearing where the state sought to remove him from bench for erratic behavior. The Tuesday Georgia Supreme Court's unanimous opinion barred Peters from ever holding another judicial office in Georgia.
Magistrate Judge Anthony Peters listens during an April hearing where the state sought to remove him from bench for erratic behavior. The Tuesday Georgia Supreme Court's unanimous opinion barred Peters from ever holding another judicial office in Georgia.
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published Tuesday, September 6th, 2011
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The Georgia magistrate who blamed marijuana and prescription drugs for the "rough patch" in his life that made him point a gun at himself in the Catoosa County courthouse was formally removed from the office Tuesday.

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