Georgia Civil vs. Criminal Cases: Key Differences and Intersections

Georgia Civil vs. Criminal Cases: Key Differences and Intersections The legal system in Georgia, like most states, is divided into two main categories: civil and criminal cases. While both types of cases are crucial to maintaining order and justice, they serve different purposes and have distinct characteristics. Here are the differences between Georgia civil and…

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Episode 40 – In Conversation With McCracken Poston, Jr., Author Of “Zenith Man”

In this compelling episode, hosts Robin Frazer Clark and Lester Tate sit down with McCracken Poston Jr., shedding light on his book ‘Zenith Man’ and the real-life courtroom drama of Alvin Ridley. A story of misconceptions, justice, and the human spirit.

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How Jurors Make Decisions and the Psychology Behind Decisions

Dive into the psychological journey of jurors as they navigate through evidence, biases, and deliberations to reach a verdict. This article sheds light on the complexities of decision-making within the jury system, highlighting the influence of cognitive and social factors. It’s a must-read for legal professionals and anyone interested in the dynamics of courtroom decision-making.

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Episode 39- Do You Feel Safe? Negligent Security

In this episode of the See You In Court Podcast, we explore the critical issue of negligent security with leading legal experts. Discover key insights into how these cases shape victims’ rights and legal precedents.

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Exploring the 7th Amendment: A Key Pillar in Georgia’s Civil Justice

The 7th Amendment to the United States Constitution is a pivotal element in our civil justice system. This amendment, part of the Bill of Rights, ensures the right to a jury trial in certain civil cases, safeguarding a fundamental aspect of American jurisprudence. Its relevance in Georgia’s civil justice system is particularly significant, offering residents…

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Types of Civil Law Covered in Our Civil Justice Podcast

Civil law is a cornerstone of our legal system, playing a pivotal role in upholding individual rights, resolving disputes, and governing various aspects of our lives. See You In Court, a law podcast series that seeks to educate the public about the civil justice system in Georgia, discusses the different types of civil law we…

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What Is Justice – Part II

Today on the podcast, Robin and Lester flashback to previous guests answers on the ultimate question: What is Justice? Our guests from previous episodes include: 19- Michael Neff 20- Doug Ammar 22- Chris Joyner 23- Anne Barnes 24- Peter Canellos 25- Ray Persons 27- Jenny Jensen 28- Mariellen Jacobs and Nanette 29- Steven Wolfe &…

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What are the Main Differences Between Criminal and Civil Law?

The law governs many aspects of our lives, and when disputes arise, there are two main paths a case might take: criminal law and civil law. At first glance, they might seem similar, as both involve some form of legal proceeding. However, they are different in terms of their objectives, how they are processed, and…

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Understanding Georgia’s Civil Justice | A Concise Guide

Navigating the intricacies of the law can be overwhelming, especially when you’re trying to understand the basics of the civil justice system. Here, we’ll break down the essential elements of Georgia’s civil justice system in an easily digestible manner, ensuring you’re well-equipped with knowledge! What is the Civil Justice System? Civil justice deals with disputes…

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Judgment and Mercy: The Turbulent Life and Times of the Judge Who Condemned the Rosenbergs

Today on the podcast, Robin and Lester interview Martin J. Siegel to discuss his riveting new book “Judgment and Mercy: The Turbulent Life and Times of the Judge Who Condemned the Rosenbergs.” Guest Bio Martin Siegel’s law practice focuses on briefing and arguing complex appeals in federal and state courts. He also handles key motions…

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