The case involves three former Washington County deputies who tased 58-year-old Eurie Martin to death in 2017. A central question in the case is how Georgia’s stand your ground law applies to law enforcement. It could have important implications for how police officers are held accountable when they kill while on the job.
Gov. Brian Kemp on Thursday said he is withdrawing a lawsuit against Atlanta's mask ordinance and "Phase One" rollback after a weekslong feud with Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.
Two Savannah Police officers were fired following an investigation into excessive force used during an April arrest -– what the city's police chief called "totally unacceptable and egregious behavior on their part."
Mask policies in businesses remain a source of tension as owners continue to balance their need to get customers in the door again and keep everyone safe within public health guidelines that aim to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
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