PROSECUTOR'S UNUSUAL ACTION
In a grand jury case involving a former Muscogee County sheriff's deputy who shot a civilian, the prosecutor did not give direction to the jury, which was not a typical move, trial law sage Ronald L. Carlson said. To read the complete story, see the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer. In the search field, enter the article title "Hodges' lack of recommendation not uncommon." The article was published 12/12/04, and the author is Jim Houston.
"PROSECUTOR'S UNUSUAL ACTION" (2004). In The News. Paper 282.