Richard Hyde, a one-time Atlanta policeman who has served in recent years as the highly-respected investigator for the state Judicial Qualifications Commission, has now been appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal to be a member of that judicial review board. Dozens of judges across the state have been removed from office for misconduct by the JQC as a result of Hyde’s investigations. He also performed yeoman work probing the Atlanta public school test cheating scandal as well as DeKalb County government corruption. Hyde will be a well-informed, no-nonsense JQC member, which means that the reputation of the panel, currently somewhat drifting, should be RISING…

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