Elder crimes law challenged

Lawyers accused of stealing from Glock test law extending statute of limitations for crimes against elderly

, Daily Report


Two metro Atlanta lawyers and a Marietta man accused of misappropriating millions of dollars from gun manufacturer Glock Inc. and company founder Gaston Glock are challenging the constitutionality of a state law Cobb County prosecutors used to charge them with crimes that are more than a decade old. Don Samuel (above) says the appeal of his client's case to the Georgia Supreme Court appears to be the first time that the constitutionality of the elder crimes statute has been challenged.

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