Judge Hears Challenge to Deal's Appeals Court Selections

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The attorney representing a group of people challenging the governor's authority to appoint three new judges to the Georgia Court of Appeals squared off with attorneys for the state Monday morning, telling a Fulton County judge that he must step in and declare the appointments unconstitutional.

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  • Anonymous

    Very good! I was wondering if Georgia was going to permanently sleep on this issue. Besides, I have recently seen where one the three newly appointed Georgia Court of Appeals Judges, has grossly ruled against Georgia law, allowing an entity to harm others in an amount of over One Hundred Thousand Dollars. I won‘t say more than that, in case there is a later article about this issue. If there is, I will speak out again. But some of the appointments of Judges for both Superior Courts, and especially Georgia Court of Appeals, has been to Judges who have not really been ruling with the laws of the state.

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