Lawyer Arrested For Leaving Children in Car While Handling Case in Court

A Georgia lawyer and former judge has been arrested for leaving her children in a car while she handled a court case.

Channel 2 Action News reports that Kimberly Bandoh left her 2 and 3-year-old children in the car and residents walking around City Hall noticed the children and alerted the authorities.

Police say that Bandoh said she thought she was going to run in and out of the court, but admitted she was wrong for leaving her sons in the car. The children were in the car for about 30 minutes and were not harmed. After her arrest, Bandoh bonded out of jail and went back to municipal court.

Kimberly Bandoh, a former magistrate judge in Clayton County, planned to run for chief magistrate judge. She was recently elected president of the Clayton County Bar Association.

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Photo: Clayton County Sheriff's Office 


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