Amanda Williams in court in 2011.

Glynn County Superior Court Judge Amanda Williams in court in 2011.

Former Brunswick Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Amanda Williams was indicted Wednesday by a Fulton County Grand Jury for allegedly lying about a drug court sentence during a 2011 investigation by the state Judicial Qualifications Commission.

The indictment comes more than three years after the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office was asked to investigate Williams for potential criminal charges.

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