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Fri., October 30, 2015 4:37pm
No Answers In Adult Murder Charge For 13 Year Old
It's not clear why Kaden Barefoot, 13, was charged as an adult with murder in Houston County.
Wed., September 30, 2015 7:37am
Georgia Executes First Woman in 70 Years
Kelly Gissendaner was executed despite the pleas of her victims, her children, for clemency.
Wed., January 7, 2015 1:34pm
Legislator Looks To Leave Grand Juries Out Of Killings By Police
A bill ready for the upcoming Georgia legislative session would change the way killings by police officers are investigated in Georgia.
Tue., December 9, 2014 4:21pm
Robert Wayne Holsey Closer To Execution
Georgia death row inmate Robert Wayne Holsey is one step closer to being executed. The State Supreme Court is denying a request for a stay in order to review claims of Holsey’s mental competency.
Fri., December 5, 2014 3:53pm
Should Georgia's Next Execution Be Stopped?
Should claims of terrible legal defense stop the execution of Robert Wayne Holsey?
Sun., March 31, 2013 10:00am
GA Group Honors 3 For Equal Justice
A former Chief Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court and the leaders of a public defender's training center are being honored by the Southern Center for Human Rights.
Thu., December 13, 2012 11:01am
Does Court-Ordered Shame Work?
38-year-old Natosha Freeman has spent each morning this week at a bus stop wearing a homemade sandwich board that reads: "I made a fool out [of] myself on a Bibb County School Bus." How effective is punishing someone with court-ordered shame?
Sun., June 6, 2010 8:00pm
Report: Juries Race-Based
A study of hundreds of cases reveals "widespread" exclusion of blacks from juries in the South.
Thu., February 4, 2010 9:17am
Savannah Book Festival 2010
Interviews about cross-racial misidentification, Little Richard and George
Fri., September 4, 2009 4:50am
Ga. Supreme Court Justice Sworn In
David Nahmias replaces former Chief Justice Leah Ward Sears, who stepped do