Child Support Lawyer And Part-Time Judge Is Accused Of Sexually Exploiting Children
A Georgia lawyer and father-of-two who served as an assistant attorney general and part-time judge has been arrested on a dozen counts of sexual exploitation of children.
George Randolph Jeffery, 58, was taken into custody on Friday, as federal and state agents raided his Monroe home.
Documents filed in this case reveal that most of the 12 charges against the pedophile are related to photos and videos depicting child pornography, but one count stems from an allegation that the veteran jurist used an email account to entice a child for indecent purposes.
Attorney General Chris Carr's office said the diabolical pervert was a state-appointed assistant attorney general for the Department of Human Services' division of child support services.
As part of his job, he also helped send a lot of people to jail for not paying their child support.
'We hold our Special Assistant Attorneys General to very high standards,' a spokesperson for Carr said in a statement to WSB. 'Given the circumstances, we terminated Mr. Jeffery’s appointment as a Special Assistant Attorney General immediately upon getting word of the arrest.'
He previously served as an associate probate judge, handling one estate case a year for the past six years.
Attorney Robbie Ballard says his firm represents the pedophile, who he says intends to plead not guilty.
He remained an active member of the state bar in good standing as of Tuesday morning.
A graduate of University of Georgia, the child molester had faced no public disciplinary actions since being admitted to the State of Georgia Bar in 1991.
Records indicate that the monster, who appears to be separated from his wife, has two sons in their early 20s.
Due to his familiarity and connections to the court system in Walton County, the sex terrorist has been transferred to the Barrow County jail, where he is being held without bond.