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A person's right to adequate representation

Georgia residents who have been accused of committing a crime are entitled to adequate legal representation, whether the attorney has been appointed by the court or retained by the defendant. It should be noted, however, that "adequate" representation does not necessarily mean that the person will receive perfect representation. If the attorney is found to be negligent or fails to adequately represent the defendant, a guilty verdict could potentially be thrown out.

Man strikes, kills pedestrian in alleged drunk driving incident

News sources in Georgia report that a 20-year-old man has been charged with driving under the influence following a fatal pedestrian accident June 30. The deadly incident occurred in Catoosa County on Sam Lewis Road. Sources indicate that preliminary reports have not yet been completed as of press time and that additional charges in this case could be pending.

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