The Court of Appeals has scheduled oral argument in a complicated criminal appeal relating to the venue jury instruction.
The Court of Appeals agreed to hear an appeal relating to just how far the fleeing felon doctrine can be permissibly extended.
Court of Appeals to decide whether the mere act of lying on top of someone constitutes "physical restraint" and therefore precluding someone from being removed from the sex offender registry.
Georgia Court of Appeals judge inappropriately attacks defense lawyers who provide ineffective assistance without applying the same standard to prosecutors whose actions cause reversals on appeal.
Motion to suppress statements denied by trial court. Appellate court reverses, finding that defendant was in custody at time of interrogation for purposes of Miranda.
Judge upholds constitutional right to speedy trial.
Judge's ex parte communication with prosecutors evinces clear bias in favor of the State.
Adnan Syed's recent hearing relating to the alleged ineffective assistance of his trial lawyer is a good illustration of what it takes to prove such a claim on appeal.