Lawyer Indicted for Making False Statements to a Cobb County Judge

James Alan Langlais missed deadline, then lied about it, charges say

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An indictment returned by a Cobb County grand jury paints a picture of a lawyer's nightmare: missing a deadline for filing a motion in a lawsuit.

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Originally appeared in print as Lawyer indicted for making false statements to a Cobb County judge

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