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Long before she achieved fame as a judge on television and formed her own firm in Atlanta, Hatchett worked as a senior attorney and public relations manager for Delta Airlines.It was high-paying work and she was proud to be the highest-ranking minority employee in the company.

* An 8-year-old boy who trembled in the courtroom because, after months of being in the care of the county, he expected his mother, a crack addict, to show up on his date in court. Here’s how Hatchett dealt with the 8-year-old: She removed her robe, descended to the floor of the courtroom and knelt next to the boy. “We have got to make sure we are doing all we can, where we can, for our children,” she said.

For instance, senior citizens should be tapped for roles in after-school programs.

Extended-day programs don’t go far enough, she said.

Public schools should be open until 9 p.m., because too many kids go home to empty houses, she said. ” “This responsibility falls on us, brothers and sisters, and I use that (phrase) inclusively. ” she implored, her voice reaching one of many crescendos. “Being on the school board ain’t easy work.” During a question and answer period, attendees were handed copies of Hatchett's book, “Dare to Take Charge: How to Live Your Life on Purpose.” Afterward, people stood in line for as long as an hour to get their copies signed.

He was shot after following the cop's orders to provide his ID, she states.

An officer is heard in a panicked voice saying, “I told him not to reach for it! ” “He didn't deserve to die like that,” Valerie Castile told reporters, her voice slowly raising.

Over the weekend, Castile's family retained Hatchett, who has eight years of experience behind the bench and in front of the lens on her daytime show.

The former TV personality now runs an Atlanta-based firm specializing in wrongful death suits.

It was Saturday, not Sunday, when Judge Glenda Hatchett spoke at the Council of Urban Boards of Education luncheon at NSBA’s Annual Conference in Denver.

And no one said, “Amen.” But ask anybody who was there: Church was in session.

Hatchett said they have not yet confirmed the authenticity of those recordings.

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