The Supreme Court sided with a Black man on death row who said the prosecutor sought an all-White jury. Justice Clarence Thomas was the sole dissenter.
According to new reports, on Wednesday a judge appointed a special administrator to oversee Prince‘s estate and also set a court date for next week to begin deciding who should inherit the singer’s fortune. District Court Judge Kevin Eide assigned Bremer Trust, Prince’s longtime bank, to maintain his estate until an executor is chosen by the […]
Warning….the little man with a hot temper is back on the streets! Yep! Katt Williams was released on bail Thursday. The judge was adamant that she did not want to see Katt back in her courtroom again. She was quoted as giving him this little tip, “We all need to slow down a little!” That’s […]
The proposal, known as House Bill 757, was supported by religious groups and organizations who wanted protection for denying service to those whose religious beliefs are different from their own. If passed, the bill would have allowed the refusal of jobs and services without legal ramifications.
The FBI on Thursday arrested 46 current and former Georgia correction officers in a statewide drug trafficking operation, reports CNN. The arrests came after a two-year federal investigation United States Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia John Horn announced details of the arrests and the FBI’s raids at the nine prisons where the trafficking took […]
The state of Georgia will put the death its oldest inmate in connection with a murder he committed in 1979. Brandon Astor Jones, 72, killed a convenience store manager in an Atlanta suburb in a botched robbery is set to be executed 7 p.m. Tuesday (Feb. 2). Jones will be put the death via lethal injection […]
State Rep. Tommy Benton has come out in favor of two bills that will formally uphold holidays celebrating Confederate members.
Last year's shooting of an unarmed mentally ill Black man in Atlanta has prompted prosecutors to seek an indictment against the White police officer involved in his death, The New York Times reports.
Douglasville residents were thrilled to see a change in the political makeup of their small, rural city last week when Rochelle Robinson was elected mayor, making her both the first female and the first Black politician to hold the seat,
Ja’Mecca Smith was found dead at the home of Demarqo Smith early Saturday morning. The 25-year-old father was not home when the police arrived. He briefly fled the scene before returning to speak to the police.
Following what Georgia officials are calling a "clerical error," two women filed a lawsuit claiming the personal information of over six million voters was released in a massive data breach.