Archive | September, 2013

MY EXPERIENCE AT THE SUPREME COURT

On September 10, 2013, I found myself atop the state’s judicial building right outside the chambers of the Georgia Supreme Court. It is a very long story; and the case is still pending so I will not to comment on the facts or particulars of the [...]

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WE DO NOT LIVE IN A DEMOCRACY

As strange as that may seem to some folks, it is true. The United States of America is not and has never been a democracy. It is what is known as a Constitutional Republic. There is a big difference. First, the Pledge of Allegiance refers t [...]

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LIMITATIONS ON PROSECUTION IN GEORGIA

Over the years, I have fielded a number of questions relating to time constraints that prosecutors have in bringing formal charges in a criminal case. As with most aspects of criminal procedure in Georgia, there are checks and balances that limit the [...]

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HELP AN HONORABLE FAMILY IN WEST GEORGIA

HELP AN HONORABLE FAMILY IN WEST GEORGIA Throughout my life, my experience with fundraisers has been for political events. I have always enjoyed them and will continue to be involved in politics in the future. However, God has recently put [...]

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OPEN FIELDS

As the cool air permeates the morning hours of late summer, I begin to mentally make preparations to head into the wilderness for another year of hunting adventures. As most of my readers know, I own some property in Meriwether County. This is where [...]

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