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Georgia Supreme Court dismisses challenge to Augusta Judicial Circuit split



The Georgia Supreme Court has dismissed appeals that sought to change the ruling against the challenge against the splitting of the Augusta Judicial Circuit.

In an opinion released Tuesday, March 8, the state’s highest court ruled that the lawsuits filed on behalf of Columbia...

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  1. Congratulations to Columbia County for officially having their own Judicial Circuit and maybe Columbia County should try to recover the cost of the suit brought by the plaintiffs, if possible!

  2. The docket of the Georgia Supreme Court must have been empty and the justices so bored that they agreed to hear appeals of a case that named the incorrect defendants and a case in which the plaintiffs had no standing. Whoever bankrolled both lawsuits got robbed by the plaintiffs’ attorney(s).

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