An outcome that's all too rare. Former police officer Matthew Johns attacked a suspect in September 2016, leaving the teen unconscious and with a severe concussion.
Former Sergeant Scott Martin is a certified creep.
Georgia's Department of Public Health Is Going After a Charity That Feeds Hungry Kids for Using 'Uncertified' Kitchens
MUST Ministries has provided millions of children with free lunch sandwiches, but an old rule could change their program.
"Feeling cute, might just gas some inmates today, IDK."
Journalists would be expected to pay up for government records, while handing over their own records to government officials for free.
The bill was introduced by Republicans and co-sponsored by Democrats.
Justices leave intact a ruling allowing detention for 48 hours of those who cannot immediately pay for their release.
Plus: Parsing competing paid-leave proposals, wisdom from Justin Amash, and Pete Buttigieg on Chick-fil-A.
Family files lawsuit after surveillance footage shows staff failing to get him medical help.
Now restaurants can sell alcohol on Sundays as early as 11:00 a.m.
The man behind the "Deportation Bus" said he wanted to round up criminals. Looks like he should have started with himself.
How an unscientific field test and the bail system stripped a Georgia grandmother of justice.
The difference between exercising one's 2nd Amendment right and "looking very threatening and intimidating."
Will Cronyism Doom Scott Walker's Re-election? Here's What to Watch in Next Week's Gubernatorial Races.
Two other Republican incumbents in the Midwest could also be in trouble. And Stacey Abrams could become America's first black female governor.
Georgia Sheriff Says Registered Sex Offenders Aren't a Danger to Trick-or-Treaters, Will Humiliate Them Anyway
The sheriff's over-the-top "no trick or treat" signs might make him feel better, but they're actually harming more people than they're helping.
Another Halloween, another unfounded freak-out over sex offenders.
The Cobb County Police Department then blamed Corey J's aunt for escalating the confrontation.
Price gouging is not the evil many officials make it out to be.
First and Last ignores the absurdity that many of its subjects are imprisoned, not to mention Gwinnett County Jail's own troubled record.
Benjamin Paul is a single father, a college graduate, an ordained minister, and a career adviser. And he's an ex-con.
The 87-year-old woman was cutting dandelions with a kitchen knife.
Now the Justice Department wants the money back, calling the purchase "extravagant."
The costumed comedian finds that it's not that hard to dupe politicians with irrational fears.
Catherine Bernard doesn't ask jurors to "nullify" the laws. She just urges them to perform the full range of their powerful jobs.
The officers are now on administrative leave.
Lactation consultants are the newest victims of burdensome occupational licensing laws in Georgia. Mary Jackson and the Institute for Justice are fighting back.
A 75-year-old woman who threatened to call a code enforcement officer's supervisor ended up in jail.
Your childhood is illegal now.
Although the state recognizes cannabis as a treatment for epilepsy, it says letting your son use it is "reckless conduct."
Victims of stealth taxes are suing Doraville, Georgia, for violating their due process rights.
Is this a blow against free speech or a win for free markets?
State senator proposes mandatory minimums for repeat First Amendment violators.
A proposed ordinance would fine stores $375 for shopping carts found off their premises.
Built for Tourists, the $98 Million Atlanta Streetcar Will Be Closed in Advance of Monday's College Football Championship
The worst streetcar in America earns its title once more.
The sheriff says the cop shouldn't have done that. The incident is being investigated.
Georgia passed some asset forfeiture reforms in 2015. Can it join 14 other states that require a conviction before police can keep people's stuff?
$3 Million Settlement Awarded to Students Subjected to Illegal, Invasive Mass Pat Down at Georgia High School
The Sheriff who ordered the search is being charged with sexual battery.
That Pirates of the Caribbean logic did not sit well with the Georgia Supreme Court.
The city's housing authority committed to selling $138 million of government land for $17 million.
A $1,000 fine and potentially six months of jail time becomes a $75 ticket.
A lawsuit by three sober drivers who were busted for DUI questions the pot-detecting abilities of DREs.