One of the unfortunate truths about the law in Georgia is that the state gets two bites at the apple with regard to indictments: it needs to be quashed twice before a defendant is immune from prosecution on the twice-indicted (and quashed) offense.
If a demurrer was granted, they have one strike against them. They can be expected to re-indict to correct the issue, but if they screw anything up, that is the point at which the state is out of options.
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