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    Georgia’s Warrant System Guide

    This article provides a comprehensive overview of the warrant system in Georgia, focusing specifically on Fulton County, Cobb County, Dekalb County, Douglas County, and Gwinnett County. Warrants are court-issued files that authorize the arrest and seizure of personal property as evidence in criminal cases. While there are situations where police can make arrests or search…

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  • Making Open Records Requests in Georgia

    Making Open Records Requests in Georgia

    Accessing government information is a fundamental right that allows individuals to hold their government accountable and make informed decisions. One way to exercise this right is by making open records requests, which enable individuals to inspect and obtain public records from government agencies. In the state of Georgia, the Open Records Act grants individuals this…

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  • Georgia’s Superior Courts In Legal Matters

    Georgia’s Superior Courts In Legal Matters

    Georgia’s Superior Courts play a crucial role in the legal system, serving as the court of general jurisdiction in the state. With exclusive jurisdiction over certain types of cases, such as divorce, land titles, and felony trials, including those involving the death penalty, these courts handle a wide range of civil and criminal matters. In…

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