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A probation reform bill signed into law Monday by Gov. Kemp aims to reduce the number of Georgians serving lengthy probation sentences.
(The Center Square) – Gov. Brian Kemp signed a bill Monday that makes it easier for Georgians on probation to seek early termination of their sentences.
A bill to tighten rules for allowing ex-offenders in Georgia to be released early from probation that should help thousands of people maintain jobs and housing passed out of the state Senate on Thursday.
ATLANTA — State lawmakers are working this year on legislation to change Georgia’s citizen’s arrest law, ban no-knock arrest warrants and lowe…
State Sen. Brian Strickland, R-McDonough, has introduced legislation that could help reduce the amount of time people spend on probation. Strickland represents the 17th District, which includes parts of Newton, Rockdale and Henry counties.
Forsyth County Courthouse in Georgia.
Dyann E. Ramo, 66, of Canton, has been sentenced to three years on probation and ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $196,067 for stealing her deceased mother's Social Security benefits for nearly 20 years
McDONOUGH — Two fugitives from the Henry County Sheriff’s Office made the Most Wanted List for the aggravated nature of the charges against them.
McDONOUGH — A Locust Grove man was sentenced to life with 30 years to serve in prison for having sex with a girl under age 16.