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Protective order remains in effect for chief assistant solicitor of Richmond County

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A temporary restraining order against the second in command of the Richmond County State Court Solicitor’s Office has been extended for 30 days.

At a brief hearing Wednesday, May 25, in Richmond County Superior Court, the attorneys for Geoffrey Alls and his estranged wife informed the judge that...

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  1. If Mrs. Alls would swear out a warrant for domestic battery and preventing a 911 call Sheriff Roundtree would have to arrest him. She probably cannot afford the loss of his income and does not want her children, if any, to know their father is in jail. Strange how women will not prosecute abusive partners or send deadbeat dads to jail for not paying child support.

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