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Thousands of cases reviewed for judge who came to work drunk

More than 2,700 court cases heard by a former southern Ohio judge could be re-examined after the judge’s family accused him of repeatedly coming to work drunk.

The state public defender’s office was overseeing the review of all 2,707 cases before Scioto County Common Pleas Court Judge William T. Marshall, 62, which involved prison time or other court supervision. At least 1,200 of those cases reportedly were heard since Marshall was first hospitalized for alcoholism in 2013.


Read the source article at abajournal.com

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