Atlanta lawyer has ambitious plan for vets

10:47 am Aug. 5, 2016

With so many veterans living below or just above the poverty line, lawyers can make a difference by helping resolve their legal problems and turning their lives around, the incoming president of the American Bar

Woman goes to doctor for discolored toenail, ends up dead

8:42 am Jul. 21, 2016

When Ok Hui Smith sought out medical care for a discolored toenail, a McDonough doctor prescribed her the drug Nizoral.

Four months later, the 78-year-old woman, who’d been married 50 years

and had 17 grandchildren, was hospitalized

Murder defendant argues own appeal before justices

3:48 pm Jul. 18, 2016

Under the watchful eyes of numerous law enforcement officers, a Gwinnett County murder defendant representing himself told the state’s highest court Monday he’s been falsely accused and wrongly denied his right to a speedy trial.

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KKK wins partial victory in ‘Adopt-A-Highway’ case

8:01 am Jul. 5, 2016

The Ku Klux Klan’s legal bid to participate to participate in Georgia’s “Adopt-A-Highway” program may proceed to trial, the Georgia Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.

In a unanimous opinion, the state high court ruled against the Department