Apropos of Kerry Howley's post below, Georgia's Supreme Court today encouragingly ruled that once convicted felons have done their time and have been released from prison, judges can't banish them from the state.
However, the court did rule that judges may exile said criminals to a single county.
Seems like a great way to encourage recidivism.
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