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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Jury Selection for Georgia Trials

Jury selection, known as voir dire, is a critical part of any trial in Georgia. Attorneys have the opportunity to question potential jurors to determine if they may have any biases that could impact their ability to be fair and impartial. Based on the voir dire process, attorneys can request to strike certain jurors for…

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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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Navigating the Legal Landscape: A Deep Dive into Georgia’s Court System

Unravel the complexities of Georgia’s court system with our detailed guide. From trial courts to appellate courts, this article provides essential insights into navigating the legal landscape in Georgia. Whether you’re a resident, legal professional, or simply interested in the judiciary, this guide offers valuable knowledge on the functions and jurisdictions of different courts within the state.

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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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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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Landmark Supreme Court Cases from Georgia

The Supreme Court, with its long-standing history and decisions, has continuously shaped the United States, influencing our beliefs, policies, and even our daily lives. Many of these transformative cases have their origins in states across the nation, and Georgia is no exception. From groundbreaking rulings that redefine the contours of tribal sovereignty to decisions that…

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The Ins And Outs Of Governmental Liability | Craig T. Jones (Video)

Today on the podcast, Robin and Lester interview Craig T. Jones about the ins and outs of government liability. Craig Jones is a North Carolina native who is a graduate of Brown University and Wake Forest University School of Law. He has been handling cases of governmental liability since the 1980’s—including two civil rights cases…

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Trial Courts: The Foundation of the Georgia Justice System | Judge Mike Jacobs

Today on the podcast, Robin and Lester interview Dekalb County State Court Judge Mike Jacobs. Guest Bio Judge Mike Jacobs has served on the State Court of DeKalb County since June 2015. Mike is the first openly LGBTQ+ countywide elected official in DeKalb County history and the county’s first openly LGBTQ+ trial judge. Mike serves…

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The Important Role of Judges and Courtroom Participants

  The courtroom, the bastion of justice, is a complex ecosystem where different participants each play crucial roles in the pursuit of justice. From the judge who serves as the arbiter, to the lawyers who represent the interests of the parties involved, to the witnesses, deputies, and court reporters, each person has a unique contribution…

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