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  • Judge Rules that Lawyer’s Facebook Posts Aren't Grounds for Gag Order
    Judge Rules that Lawyer’s Facebook Posts Aren't Grounds for Gag Order

    A Cobb County judge overseeing a double murder case with multiple defendants rejected prosecutors’ attempts to hold the defense attorneys responsible for a mistrial that was declared because a ...

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  • Tex McIver Murder Trial Delayed Until March
    Tex McIver Murder Trial Delayed Until March

    Atlanta attorney Claud "Tex" McIver is facing criminal charges for intentionally killing his wife in their SUV on September 25 of 2016. The case was set to go to trial on October 30, but the judge ...

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  • What Would You Do? When Lawyers Ask to Leave
    What Would You Do? When Lawyers Ask to Leave

    Recently, a controversial question gripped the legal realm: as a criminal defense attorney, would you leave the courtroom if you absolutely had to use the restroom? This was the dilemma a public ...

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  • Attorney Ashleigh Merchant Comments on Gwinnett County Murder Case
    Attorney Ashleigh Merchant Comments on Gwinnett County Murder Case

    A 33-year-old mother of four allegedly stabbed her husband and four children to death in Gwinnett County, and has now revealed to the judge that she doesn't want a lawyer. Smiling for the cameras and ...

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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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  • Atlanta Police Refuse to Release Threats Against Mayor Kasim Reed
    Atlanta Police Refuse to Release Threats Against Mayor Kasim Reed

    Atlant's Mayor Kasim Reed has found himself at the center of controversy over his use of emergency lights to escape the city's traffic. Atlanta's Police Chief has defended the Mayor's use of lights by ...

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