Archive | August, 2014

HONOR AT APPOMATTOX

Spring 1865 – South of the Shenandoah. The Commonwealth of Virginia, along with almost half of the other states in the former Union, are in open and full rebellion. General Robert Edward Lee commands the Army of Northern Virginia. He and his ar [...]

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THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM

Recently, I took part in a meeting with a local superior court judge, a family lawyer, and two members of the district attorney’s office. I was under the impression that the purpose of the meeting was to discuss an issue relating to one of my c [...]

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THE MYTH OF “SOCIAL JUSTICE”

Recently, a DeKalb Co. judge declared a mistrial in a criminal case where four defendants were trespassing outside of a foreclosed home in Avondale Estates. I would normally feel good about hearing of such a victory for the defense team. However, thi [...]

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THE IMPORTANCE OF YOUR DISTRICT ATTORNEY

In recent years, I have provided information to the public about the role of prosecutors. However, with political races in the west Georgia area and other developments happening with some of our local prosecutors, I thought that a refresher column ab [...]

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WARRIOR JUDGES OF THE BIBLE

In the Old Testament, much is written of Israelite judges who lead and serve their people. However, theses judges were very different from our modern judges who wear a black robe and oversee cases in a courtroom. A Biblical judge was a ruler, [...]

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