Author: LaDawn LBJ Jones

End of the Primary: What have we learned?

TODAY IS THE LAST DAY FOR EARLY VOTING.  THE ELECTION IS TUESDAY MAY 22ND. Primary season is almost over in Georgia. The distinctions between the Republican and Democrat focuses is plainly obvious from the television ads. Republicans are fighting to prove who is the most Trump like.  They have chosen undocumented individuals as the focus to

Georgia Has an Excessive Force Problem

I’ve included the videos connected to each incident I described.  If you have not watched any of them, I strongly suggest you watch them back to back – because this is our America.  We can’t turn the channel and avoid these issues any longer. Trump Said, “Don’t be too nice” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHdF_bmV2Ew when addressing law enforcement back

Kemp’s Commercial Could be Criminal

As a prosecutor, I prosecuted dozens of individuals, who pulled out a weapon and pointed it at someone with the intent to cause fear in that person.  Some of those people are likely still in jail.   As a defense attorney, I have defended individuals at trial who were accused of aggravated assault when they pulled

Stacey – Running for the Governor of the United States of America!

We already know that the two Democrat candidates, Stacey Evans and Stacey Abrams, have tons in common.  They are both experienced, qualified, lawyer, legislator, women, and candidates for the Governor of Georgia.  They would both be breaking barriers by being the first woman governor for Georgia.  With the May 22nd primary looming over us, how

New Laws on 4/20

It’s 4/20. For those who do not know, 4/20 is the unofficial holiday of pot smokers. I googled the origin and well … who cares.  If everyone recalls however, last year during the Atlanta Mayoral election, Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall passed legislation to decriminalize marijuana. The legislation made less than an ounce of marijuana

Deal on Douglas – No Voting for You

Yesterday, Douglas County learned that Governor Deal is appointing someone to the vacant District Attorney seat in Douglas County.  The seat was opened due to the appointment of Brian Fortner, the former elected District Attorney, to an open State Court Judge seat.  The Governor emailed a statement which included in part, “The governor looks forward