DeKalb County Superior Court Clerk Linda Carter, who according to the Governor’s office resigned her position on March 24, wants her job back, claiming she really did not resigned.
County officials are in possession of a letter from Carter’s attorney, Lee Parks, which requests the revocation of her resignation.
DeKalb County spokesman Burke Brennan said county officials are looking into allegations by Carter that the resignation letter to the governor was fraudulent.
“The request is something we have not ever had to deal with in DeKalb County,” Brennan said.
Debra DeBerry, former chief deputy clerk, was appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal to the clerk old position after Carter’s resignation. Carter, who was elected to the position in 2000, in the letter cited health reasons for stepping down.
The position of superior court clerk is an elected position.