At least she resigned

News for your morning.

A judge accused of allowing underage drinking at her home has resigned her post, Marietta Mayor Steve Tumlin told the AJC.

Cobb County Sheriff’s Department Diane Busch, a magistrate judge in Marietta and Woodstock, faces 10 counts of furnishing alcohol to those under 21.

Diane Busch, an attorney who served as a magistrate judge in Marietta and Woodstock, faces 10 counts of furnishing alcohol to those under 21, Officer Joe Hernandez with Cobb County police told the AJC. Busch faces additional charges for contributing to the delinquency of minors and obstruction, Hernandez said.

And before we get into discussions of lowering the drinking age to 18, the minors in question were under 18. Bush, by the way, works in Senator Wiles’ law office and it seems she is the person who supplied the alcohol that got the Senator’s son in trouble.

4 comments

  1. Republican Lady says:

    I think the focus on Wiles’ son is misplaced and the reason he keeps being mentioned is because his father is a Senator. The real villian here is Diane Busch. Should she get convicted in court on the charges, the Georgia Bar Association should do an ethics investigation and suspend her license if disbar her.

    Here is the link to see the recent suspensions/disbarments, and other disciplinary actions in recent months.

    http://www.gabar.org/ethics/recent_discipline/

  2. B Balz says:

    Sen. Wiles is a good guy. I absolutely hate his ‘anonymous mailer’ Bill, but her is a pragmatic, sound rep. This has NOTHING to do with him, other than his son, who remains uncharged, being there.

    What was this lady thinking?

    I would love for my neighbors kids to drink and hang out at home, but that is STILL illegal. Good grief folks, learn from the old hippies and don’t get caught!

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