[UPDATE] 11-18 2:50pm --
ATLANTA (AP) --
A federal judge facing drug and gun charges after a stripper claimed the judge used cocaine with her is scheduled to plead guilty to charges in federal court.
Court clerks disclosed Thursday, Nov. 18 that Senior U.S. District Judge
Jack Camp is scheduled to enter his plea Friday.
Camp's attorney Bill Morrison would not specify which charges
his client intends to plead guilty to at the hearing.
The 67-year-old judge was arrested in October after authorities
say he tried to buy cocaine and narcotics to use with the exotic
dancer. They said they also found two firearms in the front seat of
Atlanta, Georgia (AP) --
A federal judge faces drug and firearms charges after an exotic dancer at an Atlanta strip club told authorities the judge used cocaine, marijuana and other illegal drugs with her.
Attorneys for Senior U.S. District Judge Jack T. Camp said after
a hearing Monday, Oct. 5 that the 67-year-old intends to plead not guilty.
Camp, who lives in Coweta County some 35 miles southwest of
Atlanta, was released on a $50,000 unsecured bond.
Authorities say in an affidavit Camp paid a dancer at Goldrush
Showbar to have sex with her in early 2010. The informant also told
authorities the two used drugs together on several occasions.
FBI agents who arrested the judge Friday, Oct. 1 said they found two
illegal firearms in his car along with a bag containing blue pills
and a white powdered substance.
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