Georgia

Georgia Considers Restoring Ex-Offenders’ Voting Rights

The Georgia State Senate is currently considering a measure that would restore voting rights to a number of people with felonies in their pasts. The measure, if implemented, would only apply to non-violent offenders. In the 2016 election, nearly 250,000 Georgians were denied the right to vote. The issue is being studied by the Senate …

Georgia Considers Restoring Ex-Offenders’ Voting Rights Read More »

Georgia State Patrol Still Reeling From Cyber Attack

Three months ago, hackers launched a massive ransomware attack that crippled the Georgia Department of Public Safety. The problem remains unresolved, as GSP is still unable to access its computer system or its digital records. It is believed that some records, believed to be from tickets written July 23-26, are simply lost permanently. That will …

Georgia State Patrol Still Reeling From Cyber Attack Read More »

Georgia Supreme Court Admits Error in Possible Wrongful Conviction Case

Last week, the Georgia Supreme Court denied the State’s last-ditch effort to prevent Devonia Inman from having his case retried. Inman first went to prison for the murder of Donna Brown in 1998. This happened despite the fact that Inman has always sworn his innocence, and despite witnesses that approached police to point the finger …

Georgia Supreme Court Admits Error in Possible Wrongful Conviction Case Read More »

Georgia Speeding Crackdown Begins Today

As you begin your work week, watch out for speed traps. Beginning today (July 15, 2019), law enforcement agencies around Georgia and surrounding states will be participating in Operation Southern Shield, a speeding and traffic violation crackdown that will run until July 21, 2019. If you do end up getting a speeding ticket during Operation …

Georgia Speeding Crackdown Begins Today Read More »

Scroll to Top