Feds seek to limit disclosure in judge's case

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ATLANTA — Prosecutors want to keep more details under wraps in the case against a federal judge facing drug and gun charges after a stripper told authorities he used cocaine with her.

Federal prosecutors filed a motion last week requesting that any discovery filed in Senior Judge Jack Camp's case be used solely by the 67-year-old's defense attorneys.

The motion said that the public disclosure of certain information "could pose a threat to the safety of certain individuals." It also said public disclosure could lead to the destruction of evidence and compromise the investigation.

Camp's attorneys say he intends to plead not guilty to drug and gun charges after his arrest earlier this month.

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Hatfield0278 10/18/10 - 03:55 pm
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I'm pretty sure that if I was

I'm pretty sure that if I was brought in on the cocaine and strippers rap that any motion to limit disclosure would be squashed. Let's see how this develops.

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