Saturday, April 14, 2012

General Session's Judge Agrees To Deal
A Hawkins County judge has agreed to resign after he was formally charged with violating the state's judicial code of conduct for taking money from clients for his personal benefit. In an agreement reached on Friday with the Tennessee Court of Judiciary, James Taylor is immediately suspended from his position as general sessionís judge in Hawkins County and will resign on May first. Upon his resignation, the formal charges against him will be retired, according to the agreement. But the settlement will not apply to any civil lawsuits filed against him that claim mishandling of clients' money and sexual harassment. Taylor, who is also an attorney, was accused of taking more than 9-thousand dollars from a client for personal benefit and claiming payment for services that he didn't perform. (bg)

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