The Georgia Supreme Court upheld the Clarke Superior Court decision to void former District 6 Commissioner Jerry Nesmith’s votes after he died three days before the June 9 election. The decision automatically declared NeSmith’s opponent, Jesse Houle, the winner.
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A Georgia Supreme Court ruling from Dec. 23 will allow three former patients of Athens Orthopedic Clinic to pursue a lawsuit following a 2016 computer hack of AOC’s patient information, according to a Supreme Court of Georgia opinion.
After a 2016 data breach that exposed the information of 200,000 Athens Orthopedic Clinic patients, the Supreme Court of Georgia is hearing arguments in reference to a lawsuit about the breach.
Democrat John Barrow finished as the runner-up in the 2018 secretary of state election, and now the former congressman and Athens native has his eyes on the state Supreme Court.
P. Harris Hines, a former Chief Justice for the Georgia Supreme Court, died at the age of 75 on the afternoon of Nov. 4.
Gov. Nathan Deal appointed Judge Charles “Charlie” Bethel to the Supreme Court of Georgia on Sept. 14.
In the case of Gaddy v. Georgia Dept. of Revenue, the Georgia Supreme Court has ruled unanimously in favor of tax-credit scholarship programs on June 26.
Chief Justice P. Hanes Harris of the Georgia Supreme Court spoke before a joint session of the Georgia General Assembly Wednesday morning.
Justice Harris Hines will be in charge of presiding over Wolfe V. Regents of the University System of Georgia, which will decide whether or not to uphold the termination of Lorne Wolfe, a tenured Georgia Southern University professor who made inappropriate comments toward a female student.
The University of Georgia School of Law announced on Tuesday that the school had a higher percentage of graduates pass the July 2015 administration of the state bar exam than any other law school in the state.