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Union Springs Mayor in court

Union Springs Mayor John McGowan went before a judge on two charges Wednesday in the Bullock County Courthouse.  The judge found the mayor guilty of dui  He was found not guilty of obstruction of justice.

McGowan's attorney tells WSFA 12 News because the dui charge is a misdemeanor and not a felony, the mayor cannot be removed from office after that conviction.

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