Judge Frank Cox sets low bond for a former sheriff deputy charged with
kidnapping, false imprisonment, rape, aggravated sodomy, aggravated
assault, battery, and aggravated sexual battery.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution states:
Atlanta attorney Richard W. Summers, who is representing the 21-year-old woman, said
he was disappointed that Cox did not set a higher bail.
"This is a very, very serious set of allegations. And the outrageous conduct called for a
much more serious bond amount," Summers said. "She's not doing well. She's very afraid
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As reported by 11 Alive news, Frank Cox reduced the bond of an alleged child
molester, stating “the facts of the case are not that egregious.” The accused, a
substitute teacher, was released after allegedly molesting five students from
Riverside Elementary School. While out, he was rearrested in Paulding County
on new charges (child pornography), and held without bond by Paulding County
court officials who made the right judgment.
In another case, the mother of a nine year old girl posted on a legal advice forum
that Frank Cox ordered her to return her daughter to her father, with whom she has
joint custody, despite the fact the child was being molested by her step-
brother. To view in your browser copy and paste the address below: