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Grand Jury Presentments

06-AA-0244

GENERAL

PRESENTMENTS

OF THE

SEPTEMBER, 2006

GRAND JURY-

PANEL B

IN THE

SUPERIOR COURT

GWINNETT

COUNTY, GEORGIA

SHELLY WORTHINGTON DAVIS,

FOREPERSON

CHRIS KNEPPERS,

VICE FOREPERSON

JOHN MARK SISCO,

CLERK

JOHN HENDRY,

DEPUTY CLERK

GENERAL

PRESENTMENTS

OF THE

SEPTEMBER, 2006

GWINNETT COUNTY

GRAND JURY

THE SEPTEMBER, 2006,

session of the Gwinnett County Grand Jury

consisted of the

following members:

Shelly Worthington Davis,

Foreperson

Chris Kneppers,

Vice Foreperson

John Mark Sisco,

Clerk

John Hendry,

Deputy Clerk

1. Shelly Worthington Davis, Foreperson

2. Chris Kneppers, Vice-Foreperson

3. John Mark Sisco, Clerk

4. John Hendry, Deputy Clerk

5. Justin Langley

6. John Austin

7. Thomas Branch

8. Larry E. Brewer

9. Mahlon D. Bryan

10. Stephen Camp

11. Helen Chandler

12. Randi Chandler

13. Kenneth G. Childers

14. Ashok S. Desai

15. John Englishby

16. Tifany R. Hill-Russell

17. Albert Hyacinth

18. Cynthia A. Johnson

19. Christine Nielsen

20. David Raker

21. Andrew Randall

22. Peggy Ann Smith

23. Lisa Pruitt

GENERAL

PRESENTMENTS

The Gwinnett Grand Jury, of September, 2006 through March, 2007, received testimony in approximately 1000 criminal cases. These cases were investigated by Gwinnett County and city police departments, and prepared for presentation to the Grand Jury by the Gwinnett County District Attorney's Office. We have acquired new perspective and knowledge of the law as it exists in Georgia and Gwinnett County with a better understanding of the processes used to determine the guilt or innocence of a defendant from the evidence presented, allowing us to make true and just decisions regarding indictments.

The Grand Jurors wish for Gwinnett County citizens and all others addressed through publication to know our specific recommendations.

LAW ENFORCEMENT PAY

Since September of 2006, the Grand Jury has heard testimony from law enforcement officers from county as well as city agencies. We have been impressed with the professionalism and dedication of these men and women who are on the streets every day protecting the citizens of Gwinnett County. No member of law enforcement in this county should have to work an extra job to feed his or her family. In order to recruit and keep the best qualified officers, these law enforcement professionals should be the best compensated police officers in the State of Georgia, particularly at entry level positions. The Grand Jury recommends that both city and county government officials raise the pay of law enforcement officers to meet this goal. Furthermore, from its inspection of the Gwinnett County Detention Center, the Grand Jury is aware that deputy sheriffs do not earn the same wages as Gwinnett County police officers despite the fact that they go through the same training as county police officers. The Grand Jury believes that the pay of deputy sheriffs should match the pay of county police officers.

PRESCRIPTION DRUGS

During our term, the Grand Jury heard a number of cases involving the criminal use of a forged prescription. The Grand Jury urges state and local lawmakers to study options to create "forgery proof" prescriptions similar to currency or certain checks.

COUNSELING FOR

VICTIMS

The Grand Jury heard cases involving child victims of the crime of Cruelty to a Child. The Grand Jury is of the opinion that these victims should receive counseling to lessen the trauma of their experience. The Grand Jury urges state and local lawmakers to pass statutes making counseling available to child victims either at State expense or at the defendant's expense.

BOARD OF EQUALIZATION

SELECTION

This Grand Jury was tasked with the appointment of Board of Equalization members to fill vacancies on the Boards. The Grand Jury received incomplete or inaccurate information prior to making the appointments which resulted in several appointments resigning. The Grand Jury recommends that the Tax Assessor's Office and the District Attorney work together to create a correct and concise statement which outlines the duties and obligations of Board of Equalization appointees. This will allow prospective appointees to evaluate accurately whether or not to serve.

APPRECIATION

The Grand Jury wishes to express our appreciation to the following individuals and organizations:

- Robert Hettesheimer who served as Grand Jury Bailiff during our term

- District Attorney Danny Porter, Chief Assistant District Attorney Phil Wiley, Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney David Fife, Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney Dawn Taylor, Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney Dan Mayfield and the rest of the staff of the District Attorney's Office for the knowledgeable and professional assistance they provided to this Grand Jury

- Sheriff R. L. "Butch" Conway and his staff for the job they do at the Gwinnett County Detention Center. The sheriff runs a secure and efficient institution.

- Finally, the Grand Jury wishes to extend our thanks and appreciation to each and every Gwinnett County police officer, Gwinnett County deputy sheriff and city police officer for the job they do. The Grand Jury believes that the law enforcement professionals of Gwinnett County are the finest in the state and we commend them for the job they do every day.

In addition to the publication of presentments, we recommend that a copy of these presentments be delivered to:

Mr. Charles Bannister, Chairman, Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Ms. Lorraine Greene, Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Mr. Bert Nasuti, Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Mr. Mike Beaudreau, Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Mr. Kevin Kenerly, Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Mr. Daniel J. Porter, Gwinnett County District Attorney

Honorable Dawson Jackson, Chief Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable Michael C. Clark, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable William M. Ray, II, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable Richard T. Winegarden, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable Ronnie K. Batchelor, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable Melodie Snell Conner, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable Debra K. Turner, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable R. Timothy Hamil, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable Tom Davis, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Chief C. M. Walters, Gwinnett County Police Department

Chief Randy Belcher, Duluth Police Department

R. L. "Butch" Conway, Gwinnett County Sheriff

Chief Roy Whitehead, Snellville Police Department

Chief Randy Johnson, Lawrenceville Police Department

Chief Dallas Stidd, Norcross Police Department

Chief Mike Jones, Suwanee Police Department

Chief John Davidson, Lilburn Department of Public Safety

Governor Sonny Perdue

Done this 1st day of March, 2007.

By the Grand Jury

-s- SHELLY WORTHINGTON DAVIS,

FOREPERSON

ATTEST:

-s- JOHN MARK SISCO,

CLERK

ORDER

The within and foregoing General Presentments of the Grand Jury, having been presented, it is ordered that the same be filed with the Clerk of this Court and spread upon the minutes thereof.

It is ordered that the General Presentments be published in the Official County news media, The Gwinnett Daily Post, as a legal notice, at least one time with costs to be paid from the general funds of Gwinnett County.

-s- HONORABLE R. TIMOTHY HAMIL, JUDGE

GWINNETT COUNTY

SUPERIOR COURT

GWINNETT JUDICIAL

CIRCUIT

912-07573930,3/8@

GENERAL

PRESENTMENTS

OF THE

SEPTEMBER, 2006

GRAND JURY-

PANEL A

IN THE

SUPERIOR COURT

GWINNETT

COUNTY, GEORGIA

GUY M. HOWARD,

FOREPERSON

ALBERT G. SWINT, III,

VICE FOREPERSON

PATSI S, MONTINERI,

CLERK

GENERAL

PRESENTMENTS

OF THE

SEPTEMBER, 2006

GWINNETT COUNTY

GRAND JURY

THE SEPTEMBER, 2006,

session of the Gwinnett County Grand Jury

consisted of the

following members:

Guy M. Howard,

Foreperson

Albert G. Swint, III,

Vice Foreperson

Patsi S. Montineri,

Clerk

1. Guy M. Howard, Foreperson

2. Albert G. Swint, III, Vice-Foreperson

3. Patsi S. Montineri, Clerk

4. Tanyele N. Conner

5. Christopher M. Baker

6. Lynn A. Behrend

7. Brian J. Bundesen

8. Orrin D. Byrd

9. Deborah H. Carver

10. Kenneth E. Green, II

11. Sergio J. Guerreiro

12. Sandra L. Hill

13. Kristina L. Moody

14. Thomas P. Painter

15. Douglas W. Sandy

16. Kary C. Sebring

17. Stanley W. Smith

18. William D. Tiller, Jr.

19. Helen H. Weller-Shulman

20. James M. Wells

21. Reniece H. Westmoreland

22. Jackie K. White

23. Elisa A. Wright

GENERAL

PRESENTMENTS

The Gwinnett Grand Jury, of September, 2006 through March, 2007, received testimony in approximately 1000 criminal cases. These cases were investigated by Gwinnett County and city police departments, and prepared for presentation to the Grand Jury by the Gwinnett County District Attorney's Office. We have acquired new perspective and knowledge of the law as it exists in Georgia and Gwinnett County with a better understanding of the processes used to determine the guilt or innocence of a defendant from the evidence presented, allowing us to make true and just decisions regarding indictments.

The Grand Jurors wish for Gwinnett County citizens and all others addressed through publication to know our specific recommendations.

INTERNAL AUDIT OFFICE

The Grand Jury appointed a committee of its members to investigate recent developments in regard to the Internal Audit function of county government. This investigation was initiated based on a recommendation from the previous Grand Jury and a letter from Virginia Harris, the former head of the Internal Audit Office, in which she raised concerns about the legality of and motivation for the elimination of the Internal Audit Office (IAO).

In the course of the investigation, the committee interviewed, under oath, the following individuals:

- Virginia Harris, former IAO Director

- Jock Connell, County Administrator

- Mike Comer, Deputy County Administrator

- Karen Thomas, County Attorney

- Scott Fuller, Assistant County Attorney

- Lisa Johnsa, Director of Financial Services

- Matt Whitley, Manager of Performance Analysis Division

- Joel Black, Mauldin & Jenkins, external auditor

- Charles Bannister, Chairman, Board of Commissioners

- Kevin Kenerly, District 4 Commissioner

- Faye Williams, former IAO staff member

The committee also requested and received from the County Administrator extensive reports, memos, e-mails, and documents. At the conclusion of the investigation, the committee made its report to the Grand Jury as a whole which makes the following findings:

I HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE:

The Internal Audit Office was originally created by the Board of Commissioners in direct responds to a presentment of a Grand Jury in 1980. Since its creation, the Internal Audit Office has occupied various positions in the county organizational structure. At times, the office reported to the Director of Finance and at others it reported directly to the Board. Since its creation, the Office has performed compliance audits, forensic audits and performance analysis reviews of various departments within county government.

In November of 2005 at the annual county commission planning retreat, the County Administrator (Jock Connell) briefed the Board of Commissioners on his intent to restructure the Internal Audit Office. The purpose of the restructuring was to focus more on performance analysis. As of 2005, the Internal Audit Office consisted of seven staff members. Virginia Harris was the office director.

On July 17, 2006, the Internal Audit Office was eliminated and the Performance Analysis Division was created. Four staff members found or were offered other non-internal audit jobs within the county government. Ms. Harris and two others either did not seek or were not offered other jobs.

The March 2006 Grand Jury conducted an initial inquiry and recommended further investigation. The September 2006 Grand Jury voted to continue the inquiry and appointed the committee.

II OBJECTIVES OF THE INVESTIGATION:

The Grand Jury set out to answer three questions:

First, was the elimination of the Internal Audit Office done in compliance with Gwinnett County ordinances and the laws of the State of Georgia?

Second, will the new Performance Analysis Division, which will include the internal audit function, be able to operate independently of county administration?

Third, is the elimination of the Internal Audit Office in the best interest of the citizens of Gwinnett County?

III FINDINGS OF THE INVESTIGATION:

It is clear from the committee's investigation that the Internal Audit Office was eliminated, not merely restructured. The substantive scope of much of the work done by Internal Audit has not been replaced with comparable scope within the new Performance Analysis Division. In addition, the committee found no evidence of any audit function being performed since the creation of the new division.

It is the opinion of the Grand Jury that assigning of former staff of the Internal Audit Office to non-audit jobs resulted in the loss of the institutional knowledge of the staff and caused the cessation of critical audit functions within county government. The members of the Internal Audit Office staff were sufficiently trained and educated to perform these functions while not all members of the new division are sufficiently trained or educated to perform internal audit functions.

It is the opinion of the Grand Jury that the means by which this "restructuring" were implemented and communicated were inappropriate and ineffective and as a result, the former employees may have been harmed.

It is the opinion of the Grand Jury that confusion on the part of members of the County Administration about the records storage and retention policies of the Internal Audit Office led to incorrect judgements about the amount of work that had been done in the Internal Audit Office and may have skewed the analysis of the necessity for "restructuring".

It is the opinion of the Grand Jury that the employment contracts with county department heads and the County Administration should be more specific in regard to the decision making authority which is delegated to the position by the Board of Commissioners.

It is the opinion of the Grand Jury that nature and scope of the new Performance Analysis Division's duties appear to be a reasonable addition to the function of the county government which should yield benefits to the taxpayers.

It is the opinion of the Grand Jury that since the onset of this investigation, actions have been taken as a result of concerns expressed by the committee. Specifically, the committee was given a "revised" organizational chart which showed the Performance Analysis Division reporting directly to the Board of Commissioners instead of to the County Administrator as previously shown. In addition, the committee observed that in its 2007 Budget Resolution, the Board of Commissioners retroactively "ratified" the "reorganization" of the audit function. The Grand Jury is convinced that the original actions taken in this "restructuring" were designed to conceal the fact that the audit function was being eliminated and that these "revisions" are an acknowledgment of flawed business practices.

IV CONCLUSIONS:

In pursuing the Objectives of the Investigation, the Grand Jury has reached the following conclusions.

First, the elimination of Internal Audit Office was done in compliance with Gwinnett County Ordinances and the laws of the State of Georgia.

Second, based on the revised organizational chart, it appears that the new Performance Analysis Division will be able to operate the internal audit function independently, if permitted.

Third, the elimination of the Internal Audit Office was not in the best interest of the citizens, but the addition of a performance Analysis Division would be.

V RECOMMENDATIONS:

The Grand Jury makes the following recommendations to remedy the current situation and to prevent it from arising again:

- The County Administrator should not be delegated the authority to eliminate, create, or significantly reorganize units at the department or higher level without prior public hearings and formal Board of Commissioners vote.

- This should be explicitly stated in the County Administrator's management contract.

- Re-establish the Internal Audit Office as a separate entity from the Performance Analysis Division.

- Retain an independent, unbiased and properly skilled organization to design and define the duties of the new Internal Audit Office as it related to the scope and nature of duties.

- The County should adhere to the requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, and those requirements should be followed in setting up the new Internal Audit Office.

- The county's external auditing firm should review the plan developed by that organization.

- The design of the Internal Audit Office should be completed by June 30, 2007 and implemented by December 31, 2007.

- Future Grand Juries should monitor the progress of the planning and implementation of the Internal Audit Office for a minimum of two years.

- To guarantee the independence of the Internal Audit Office, it should have a direct reporting relationship to the Board of Commissioners and not to the County Administrator.

- The Board of Commissioners should establish an audit committee, separate and independent of the County Administrator, to directly supervise and receive the reports of the Internal Audit Office.

- The audit committee should be accountable to the Board of Commissioners, and only to the Board of Commissioners.

- At least one member of this committee should have accounting or financial management expertise.

- The roles and responsibilities of the Board of the Commissioners and the Board of Commissioner's internal audit committee members should be made clear as it relates to the Internal Audit Office.

- While some of the work of the Internal Audit Office can be contracted out to competent third parties, in no case should that amount be more that 50% of the ongoing workload of the Internal Audit Office since institutional and direct employee involvement is essential.

- The County Administration should review the policy for record storage and retention regarding how long paper documents should be retained, how often paper documents are archived to electronic documents (e.g. data CDs) should be stored.

- Enforce compliance with that policy, which should be consistent among all departments.

METAL RECYCLING

BUSINESSES

During the term, the Grand Jury heard many cases of stolen property being sold to metal recycling businesses. The stolen vehicles and metals are processed into scrap and rendered useless to the rightful owners. This industry is not sufficiently regulated by State law. The Grand Jury recommends that the County Government enact local ordinances to govern these businesses. The ordinance should require the seller to provide the metal recycling business with proof of ownership of the automobile or metal before receiving payment. Like the pawn industry, metal recycling businesses should be required to photograph, fingerprint, and document individuals selling automobiles and metals for scrap. Such an ordinance would help deter thefts and reduce the trade in stolen automobiles and metals.

GRAND JUROR'S

PARKING PASS

To facilitate the timely proceedings of the Grand Jury, we recommend reserved or employee parking privilege be extended to members of the Grand Jury during their six month term of service. During our term, we experienced several occasions when limited general parking resulted in delays of the District Attorney presentments.

ALTERNATE GRAND

JURORS & GRAND

JUROR ATTENDANCE

In respect for the commitment and time sensitive matters of the District Attorney's office, the witnesses, police officers, investigators and fellow Grand Jurors, the Grand Jury recommends stricter penalties for jurors who violate the attendance policy and do not receive an excused absence from the foreman of the Grand Jury.

After the first unexcused absence, we recommend a certified letter to be issued as a warning by the District Attorney's office notifying the juror that a petition for contempt of court will be filed against them if they have any additional unexcused absences.

The second unexcused absence would result in the District Attorney filing the petition for contempt of court against that juror, resulting in all the consequences of such an offense.

We further recommend that the judge appoint a number of Alternate Grand Jurors, as deemed necessary by the District Attorney's office. This measure is to ensure that the ongoing business and case load of the District Attorney's office will not be jeopardized by an insufficient number of Grand Jurors available to hear cases at their designated time.

GWINNETT COUNTY

DETENTION CENTER

The Grand Jury visited the Gwinnett County Detention facility. The Grand Jurors had an opportunity to meet with Sheriff Conway and many members of the Detention Center staff. We toured the entire facility, including Detention Pods occupied by inmates. We found the facility to be exceptionally well run. The facility was clean and well organized. The inmates and guards displayed a mutual respect for one another. Proper inmate discipline practices were apparent throughout the facility.

It was noted that a large percentage of the inmates housed in the facility were illegal immigrants that had been arrested for offenses committed in Gwinnett County. The cost of housing these illegal immigrants places a heavy burden not only on the Sheriff's office, but also on the taxpayers of Gwinnett County. The Grand Jury recommends that the Sheriff and the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners explore ways to either deport inmates found to be illegal immigrants or have these inmates transferred to federal custody. The Gwinnett County taxpayer should not be forced to continue to bear the cost of feeding, clothing, housing and providing medical care for these individuals.

GWINNETT COUNTY

SHERIFF'S OFFICE

During our review of the Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office, the Grand Jury was surprised to learn that Deputies are paid on a lower pay scale than Gwinnett County Police officers. It is the view of this Grand Jury that these deputies provide an equally important level of protection to the citizens of Gwinnett County while facing the same threats to their personal safety in the performance of their jobs. This Grand Jury recommends that the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners review this inequity and take appropriate steps to correct it.

The Grand Jury wishes to commend the Gwinnett County Sheriff, R. L. "Butch" Conway, and his entire staff for the highly professional job that they do for the citizens of Gwinnett County on a daily basis.

GWINNETT COUNTY

DEPARTMENT OF

CORRECTIONS

The Grand Jury visited the Gwinnett County Corrections Facility. We met with Warden James L. Kraus and Deputy Warden Jeff Sligar. We toured the facility, including areas where inmates are housed. We found this operation to be extremely well run. The facility was clean and well organized. The staff exhibited a very professional demeanor and appeared to be well trained.

The Grand Jury was impressed with the quality of the Work Release Program as well as the Vocational Services Program.

The Grand Jury wishes to commend Warden James L. Kraus and the staff at the Gwinnett County Correctional Facility for the highly effective services they provide.

BOARD OF

COMMISSIONERS PAY

RAISES

It could not escape the attention of the Grand Jury that the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners, by majority vote, more than doubled the pay rate for all Commissioners with the exception of the Board's Chairman, the lone dissenting vote. it is noted that, except for the Chairman, all commissioners are part-time commissioners. When this raise goes into effect, the new salary for a part-time commissioner will exceed that of some full-time employees of Gwinnett County. Service on the Board of Commissioners should be the acceptance of a civic duty and not an opportunity to profit.

This Grand Jury recommends to the Board of Commissioners that they reconsider the action taken in this matter.

APPRECIATION

The Grand Jury wishes to express our appreciation to the following individuals and organizations:

- Alan Opdyke who served as Grand Jury Bailiff during our term.

- Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney Dawn Taylor, District Attorney Danny Porter, Chief Assistant District Attorney Phil Wiley, Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney David Fife, and the rest of the staff of the District Attorney's Office for the knowledgeable and professional assistance they provided to this Grand Jury.

- Sheriff R. L. "Butch" Conway and his staff for the job they do at the Gwinnett County Detention Center. the sheriff runs a secure and efficient institution.

- Finally, the Grand Jury wishes to extend our thanks and appreciation to each and every Gwinnett County police officer, Gwinnett County deputy sheriff and city police officer for the job they do. The Grand Jury believes that the law enforcement professionals of Gwinnett County are the finest in the state and we commend them for the job they do every day.

In addition to the publication of presentments, we recommend that a copy of these presentments be delivered to:

Mr. Charles Bannister, Chairman, Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Ms. Lorraine Greene, Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Mr. Bert Nasuti, Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Mr. Mike Beaudreau, Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Mr. Kevin Kenerly, Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Mr. Daniel J. Porter, Gwinnett County District Attorney

Honorable Dawson Jackson, Chief Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable Michael C. Clark, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable William M. Ray, II, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable Richard T. Winegarden, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable Ronnie K. Batchelor, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable Melodie Snell Conner, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable Debra K. Turner, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable R. Timothy Hamil, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Honorable Tom Davis, Superior Court Judge, Gwinnett Judicial Circuit

Chief C. M. Walters, Gwinnett County Police Department

Chief Randy Belcher, Duluth Police Department

R. L. "Butch" Conway, Gwinnett County Sheriff

Chief Roy Whitehead, Snellville Police Department

Chief Randy Johnson, Lawrenceville Police Department

Chief Dallas Stidd, Norcross Police Department

Chief Mike Jones, Suwanee Police Department

Chief John Davidson, Lilburn Department of Public Safety

Governor Sonny Perdue

Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle

Senator Dan Weber

Senator Curt Thompson

Senator Steve Henson

Senator Renee Unterman

Senator David Shafer

Senator Gloria Butler

Representative Tom Rice

Representative Robert Mumford

Representative Pedro Marin

Representative Brooks P. Coleman, Jr.

Representative Bobby Reese

Representative Hugh Floyd

Representative Brian Thomas

Representative Michael Coan

Representative Clay Cox

Representative David Casas

Representative John Heard

Representative Donna Sheldon

Representative Len Walker

Done this 28th day of February, 2007.

By the Grand Jury

-s- GUY M. HOWARD,

FOREPERSON

ATTEST:

PATSI S. MONTINERI,

CLERK

ORDER

The within and foregoing General Presentments of the Grand Jury, having been presented, it is ordered that the same be filed with the Clerk of this Court and spread upon the minutes thereof.

It is ordered that the General Presentments be published in the Official County news media, The Gwinnett Daily Post, as a legal notice, at least one time with costs to be paid from the general funds of Gwinnett County.

-s- HONORABLE R. TIMOTHY HAMIL, JUDGE

GWINNETT COUNTY

SUPERIOR COURT

GWINNETT JUDICIAL

CIRCUIT

912-07573929,3/8@