Archive | October, 2013

WE NEED MENTAL HEALTH COURTS

In prior columns, I have justifiably praised our governor for his bold and courageous efforts in advocating for the need of mental health courts across our state. This fledgling idea has taken off. Today, there are multiple counties that have mental [...]

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JOIN OUR COMMUNITY IN LIFTING UP KAREN HUBBARD

As I write this column, I am sitting alone beside the campfire well before dawn in the Georgia wilderness. You will not find a more serene and spiritual place. As I feel the presence of my Creator, the topic of my next column becomes apparent.
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HISTORY OF THE GRAND JURY

When I was a third year law student working in the Carroll County District Attorney’s Office, one of my duties was to present criminal cases to the grand jury. At the time, I thought it was an awesome experience. However, I was unaware of the h [...]

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WHAT IS A POLICE STATE?

First, I would like to point out that a “police state” is not a society where we have good policing. It is also not a concept that our Founding Fathers envisioned for our country. Additionally, the United States is not currently a police [...]

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