New ethics charges against Ga’s Estates Judge.

By Rosie Manins (September 29, 2021, 4:41 p.m. EDT) – A second round of formal ethics charges has been filed by the Georgia Judicial Qualifications Commission against a state probate court judge accused of violating professional codes of conduct in several cases.

Douglas County Estates Court Judge Christina Peterson was charged Tuesday with keeping her neighbors in the dark about a $ 70,000 settlement in a lawsuit she filed against her. on behalf of and on behalf of several neighbors against his homeowners association and failed to disperse the funds after becoming the association president.

Judge Peterson has also been charged with letting civilians enter the courthouse after hours without a security check, despite the warnings …

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