Jury Doesn't Buy Alibi but Acquits on Murder Charges

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A recent acquittal in a Fulton County murder trial shows that victories in the criminal defense arena are relative.

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  • Matthew Hilt

    Another fine job by Atty. Abt, poking the holes where they need to be poked. And that crime scene investigation did the DA no favors, that‘s for certain.

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