The agency that investigates Georgia judges, and has forced dozens of them to resign and even be prosecuted for crimes over the past dozen years, has elected as its chairman former U.S. attorney, former GOP U.S. representative and one-time Libertarian Party presidential candidate Bob Barr as its chairman. Appointed to the seven-member state Judicial Qualifications Commission in 2019 by Gov. Brian Kemp, the Cobb County attorney replaces William “Pope” Langdale III. With hard-charging Barr at the helm guiding the JQC’s watchdog role, it should continue to make news (and some judges nervous). RISING…

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