The Georgia Supreme Court

Justices probe juvenile appeals and assigning malpractice claims

High court weighs argument over 12-year-old's right to appeal; malpractice claim assignment also on docket

, Daily Report


The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday heard a child welfare case that in some ways is routine but has received attention from beyond the state's borders. Lori Duff (above) argued on behalf of a boy who wants to appeal a trial court ruling barring him from courtroom where his residence was being decided.

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