In Part I of this Article, appearing in Volume 8 of the Georgia Law Review at page 313, Professor Wilkes traced the development of postconviction habeas corpus in Georgia up to 1967. In this the second part of the Article, he examines the background and passage of the Georgia Habeas Corpus Act of 1967. Finally, Professor Wilkes assesses the degree to which the Act has fulfilled its purposes, and suggests several possible changes for the future.
Donald E. Wilkes Jr.,
A New Role for an Ancient Writ: Postconviction Habeas Corpus Relief in Georgia (Part II)
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Georgia Law Review, Vol. 9, No. 1 (Fall 1974), pp. 13-78