Letter to the Editor

Error is perpetuated about case at core of ruling

, Daily Report


Regarding "Ga. Supreme Court sides with magistrates," (Oct. 16): I was the magistrate court judge who presided over the original case underlying these many years of litigation with the district attorney's office.

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  • Maria Austin

    It was good, for once, that someone attempts to stand for the rule of law rather than subject herself to a representative of the DA's office.

    On the other hand, i wonder if the DA was attempting to introduce the hearsay evidence under the permitted business record exception,

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