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Georgia Supreme Court strikes down Georgia sex offender law

November 21, 2007
The Georgia Supreme Court today struck down a critical portion of Georgia’s Sex Offender Registration law by declaring its residency restrictions unconstitutional. In Mann v. Georgia Department of Corrections, the Court held that the statute unconstitutionally forces individuals to move whenever a new child care facility, church or school happens to move within 1,000 feet [&he…

Georgia judge under fire for $1 million defense bill in death penalty trial

November 1, 2007
Things have now gotten ugly in the ongoing controversy over the death penalty trial for Brian Nichols in Atlanta, Georgia. Yesterday, Judge Craig Schwall called Judge Hilton Fuller, the judge presiding over the Nichols circus, a “fool” and a “disgrace” for his handling of the Nichols case. The email was provided by an unknown source […]




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