Concerned Citizens satisfied with order in Whipple-Lue case

Concerned Citizens satisfied with order in Whipple-Lue case

Lawyer Devlin Cooper says his clients are happy with Judge Robert Reeves' Tuesday order.
GORDON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The lawyer representing the Concerned Citizens of Gordon says the group is satisfied with Judge Robert Reeves’ order to let Mayor Mary Ann Whipple-Lue back in office.

The Tuesday order allowed Whipple-Lue to continue her duties, with certain stipulations.

Lawyer Devlin Cooper says the order lasts until the end of the case, unless the courts lift it for any reason.

“I think that Judge Reeves' order addresses the Concerned Citizens biggest fears and concerns, and I hope that she will abide by the order, so we don't have to seek sanctions to have her held in contempt," says Cooper.

41NBC spoke with Mayor Pro Tem Terry Eady. He says the city plans to hold Whipple-Lue accountability for her actions, and will continue to fight the case.



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