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The Client’s Right to Participate in Georgia Criminal Appeals is Quickly Eroding

Posted in Attorney-Client Relationship, Motion for New Trial

The state of Georgia once brought us the Leo Frank trial, the Andersonville prisoner of war camp, and a series of lynching over the years. I never knew that Georgia law was so traditionally weighted against the State. The legislature seems to think otherwise. Yet, the legislature of late has enacted new laws that have… Continue Reading