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  • Taxpayers Spent $550,000 to Convict Ross Harris in Hot-Car Murder Case
    Taxpayers Spent $550,000 to Convict Ross Harris in Hot-Car Murder Case

    Justin Ross Harris, the man who was accused of murdering his 22-month old son by leaving him in a hot SUV in 2014, has been convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment. The trial was long and ...

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  • Inmate Held Beyond Release Date, Murdered by Cellmate
    Inmate Held Beyond Release Date, Murdered by Cellmate

    The Merchant Law Firm, P.C. has taken on a civil rights lawsuit out of Fulton County after an inmate loses his life following an aggravated attack by his cellmate. The lawsuit was brought by Linda ...

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  • Merchant Law Firm Files Lawsuit Against Cobb County
    Merchant Law Firm Files Lawsuit Against Cobb County

    The Merchant Law Firm, P.C. has filed a lawsuit against Cobb County in relation to the county's ongoing judicial bias scandal . This lawsuit comes no more than a week after Attorney Ashley Merchant ...

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  • Appeal in Case with Questions of Judicial Bias
    Appeal in Case with Questions of Judicial Bias

    Attorneys Ashleigh and John Merchant have filed a motion for the retrial of Tomdrick Cromer, a client convicted of armed robbery and sentenced to life in prison without parole. The Merchants recently ...

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  • Ashleigh Merchant Selected as a 2015 Georgia Rising Star
    Ashleigh Merchant Selected as a 2015 Georgia Rising Star

    Without question, a law firm's greatest accomplishments are realized in the successes achieved by its lawyers. Our firm is thrilled to share that one of our lead attorneys, Ashleigh Merchant, was ...

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  • Innocent Man Placed in Jail for Almost One Year
    Innocent Man Placed in Jail for Almost One Year

    Attorneys John and Ashleigh Merchant from The Merchant Law Firm, P.C. defended the rights of a former U.S. Army soldier who was placed in jail and into a mental institution for almost a year, although ...

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