LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney David Scott Crawford

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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