LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney David Scott Crawford | Dec 15, 2016

You have Constitutional and Statutory Rights in Criminal and Civil Cases (Georgia)

The U.S. Constitution, Constitution of the State of GA, and GA Statutes provide a basis for your rights to a Trial by Jury and access to the courts. This is a non-exhaustive list. This guide is for general purposes only and does not establish an attorney-client relationship.

Additional resources provided by the author

The information cited above is a non-exhaustive list to aid you with starting your research. For further information you may wish to review latest additions of Daniel's Criminal Trial Practice; Davis and Shulman's Georgia Practice by Jack Goger; Georgia Law of Torts Trial Preparation and Practice by Kenneth L. Shigley; Courtroom Handbook on Georgia Evidence by Paul S. Milich; Georgia Automobile Insurance Law including Tort Law by Frank E. Jenkins, III and Wallace Miller, III. This guide is for general purposes only and does not establish an attorney-client relationship.

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