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Georgia Supreme Court Sides With The Merchant Law Firm in Pro Bono Murder Case
Georgia Supreme Court Sides With The Merchant Law Firm in Pro Bono Murder Case

Majority ruling finds defendants with pro bono counsel may have a constitutional right to state-funded experts. When our attorneys at The Merchant Law Firm took on a pro bono case, they were disappointed to find that the state of Georgia would not pay for expert witnesses in ...

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    Majority ruling finds defendants with pro bono counsel may have a constitutional right to state-funded experts. When our attorneys at The Merchant Law Firm took on a pro bono case, they were ...

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    The trial for Ryan Duke, who was accused of killing Tara Grinstead, was set to begin on April 1, 2019. However, Duke’s lawyers, Attorneys Ashleigh and John Merchant from The Merchant Law Firm, filed ...

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