Let's start with a bit of honesty. On the day you reported to your first law job, you had a bare, pitiful minimum of practical skills. You had some legal knowledge and you had some interests, but "practicing" was pretty much a mystery, right?
A DeKalb County Superior Court judge has found that the pretrial detention of two robbery suspects by the county's Juvenile Court was illegal because authorities didn't give a specific reason for overriding risk assessments that showed the two weren't high risks for committing more alleged crimes.
The state Judicial Qualifications Commission is taking on new leadership as chairman Robert Ingram departs when his second term at the judicial watchdog agency ends Nov. 1, and vice chairman Lester Tate steps into his role as chairman.
Nearly two dozen prosecutors from around the country met in Atlanta for a daylong summit Tuesday to discuss ways to rein in an epidemic of gun deaths that has long earned America the title of leader of the industrial world in the number of citizens killed by firearms.
The attorney who received a stricter-than-recommended penalty from the state Supreme Court for abandoning and failing to repay two clients expressed disappointment Monday afternoon at his three-year suspension.
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