Archive | October, 2014

SUPREME COURT FURTHER ERODES 4TH AMENDMENT

The Georgia Supreme Court ruled 6-1 for prosecutors in October 2014 in a Fourth Amendment case about a late-night police encounter in which a divided Court of Appeals had reached the opposite result. In 2013, the Georgia Court of Appeals voted [...]

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QUARANTINE AT THE AIRPORT

With the outbreak of the Ebola virus in Africa, people around the world are taking steps to prevent the spread of the deadly virus in their respective countries. Most countries, including the U.S., are using an old form of public health safety; the q [...]

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NAFDD TOP DUI ATTORNEYS

Jason W, Swindle Sr. Identified as One of the Top DUI Attorneys in [State] by the National Advocacy for DUI Defense (NAFDD) Jason W. Swindle Sr. recently became a member of the National Advocacy for DUI Defense (NAFDD), LLC, an organization th [...]

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NAFDD PRESS RELEASE – JASON W. SWINDLE SR.

Jason W. Swindle Sr. Identified as One of the Top DUI Attorneys in Georgia by the National Advocacy for DUI Defense (NAFDD) Jason W. Swindle Sr. recently became a member of the National Advocacy for DUI Defense (NAFDD), LLC, an organization th [...]

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THE DOUGLAS DA RACE

I want to first point out that my columns do have some parameters. One of the rules that I abide by is that I cannot endorse any candidate seeking election to public office. With that being said, I want to point out the importance of next mont [...]

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CHARACTER AND ADVERSITY

Fall is by far my favorite time of year. As I write this column, I am sitting in a tree stand in the middle of a beautiful stretch of hardwoods in Meriwether Co., GA. It is a time for reflection, planning, and communing with God. I also enjoy [...]

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THE ABUSIVE JUDICIAL NOMINATION PROCESS

Since the Constitutional Convention in the late 1700’s, men and women in the United States have wrangled over how to form a government and how to govern. Politics is nothing new. However, the heavy insertion of politics into the judicial [...]

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