Justices Will Hear Case of Judge Who Didn't Tell Lawyers About a Jury Note

The Georgia Supreme Court has agreed to review a Court of Appeals decision that tossed a defense verdict in a medical malpractice case because the trial judge didn't tell the lawyers he had received and responded to a note from jurors suggesting they were deadlocked.

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ServiceJuris: Fifteen Years of Service

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June 14 marked the 15th anniversary of ServiceJuris, a Hands On Atlanta community service day in which approximately 400 volunteers from Atlanta’s legal community gather together to make a difference in the city.
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