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Court on the Judiciary rules case against judge can proceed


OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A case seeking the ouster of an Oklahoma County judge over her courtroom conduct and allegations of unpaid taxes can proceed, the Oklahoma Court on the Judiciary ruled on Wednesday.

The nine-member panel rejected a motion to dismiss the case against District Judge Kendra Coleman. A full trial is set to begin Aug. 31. Coleman's attorney, Joe White, said he plans to appeal the court's ruling.

Coleman was admonished by the Oklahoma Supreme Court in December for failing to pay taxes and parking tickets and to properly file campaign finance reports, but the court narrowly...

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