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Georgia's highest court has reversed a lower court's ruling in a years-long border dispute between Bibb and Monroe counties.
A Georgia Supreme Court ruling reinforces inmates' rights to access prison libraries and legal assistance.
Lawyers for the state and for a Georgia death row inmate sparred Monday over whether prisoners awaiting execution should have access to information about where the state gets its death penalty drug.
The Georgia Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments Monday in its review of a lower court's order temporarily halting an execution because of a challenge to a new state law prohibiting the release of information about the source of the state's execution drug.
Georgia's top judge said Wednesday too many people in the state - especially among poor and rural populations - don't get the legal services they need.
Opponents of Georgia's private probation system say companies supervising low-level offenders are earning untold amounts of money in fees while using law enforcement offices as collections agencies when they go unpaid.
Merit pay for teachers, school choice, in-state tuition rates for veterans and undocumented immigrants.
ATLANTA | Georgia's top court struck down a state law that restricted the advertising of assisted suicides, siding Monday with four members of a suicide group who said the law violated their free-speech rights.
A letter warning a spouse that divorce could be imminent, a "cooling off" period and classes on reconciliation are parts of a model legislation package aimed at helping troubled couples avoid "preventable" divorce.