Dr. Noel Chua was released from the Camden County jail on Monday, nearly 10 years after he was convicted of felony murder in the overdose death of 20-year old James B. Carter III. Carter was Chua’s housemate and assistant. On Chua’s orders, he was prescribed a dangerous load of narcotics that caused his overdose and
On this date in 1897, the New York Sun ran the “Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus” editorial. It was in response to a letter from 8-year-old Virginia O’Hanlon. Continued prayers for Puerto Rico as they are currently 100% without power. Peaches Justice in coastal Georgia after a decade in prison Former Georgia agency
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr issued a press release today that alerts prospective vehicle buyers of flood-damaged cars being introduced into the used car market after Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The press release urges buyers to check the vehicle’s history, to inspect the vehicle, and to carefully examine the title to see if the car
Who picked Mississippi State over UGA with 10 confidence points in the GAPol Pick Em? Oh wait, me. (Go Bulldogs!) “Red Clay” by Jack Wilkins. Georgia State basketball’s culture of winning has it poised for another NCAA Tournament run. Financial Times: Does anyone else remember when Atlanta-based Equifax’s CEO was named one of Atlanta’s top
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr issued an update via press release on the multi-state battle against a growing opioid crisis in this country. The press release states: “Attorney General Chris Carr today announced that the bipartisan coalition of attorneys general looking into the opioid epidemic is seeking documents and information from manufacturers of prescription opioids.
Qualifying for special elections for two Senate seats and four House seats concluded this afternoon. GeorgiaPol contributor Teri Anulewicz was the only candidate to qualify in the House District 42 race, so she will finish the unexpired term of Stacey Evans, who resigned the seat to run for Governor. The special election will be held
The AJC is reporting that businessman and former Navy SEAL Clay Tippins has filed papers to run for governor and will be competing in the 2018 Republican gubernatorial primary. As of now, he will face Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, Secretary of State Brian Kemp, and state Sens. Michael Williams and Hunter Hill. Tippins is virtually