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mugsy 1 year, 10 months ago on Man taking Gwinnett DUI arrest to Ga. Supreme Court

The basic duty of any attorney is to force the state to prove the charges against his client. Requiring that the machines used by law enforcement are accurate is the least any defendant should expect of his lawyer. One would have to be under the effect of hallucinogens to be so fearful of an acquittal leading to massive death and destruction to the general populace. This attorney should be commended for his devotion to his client and the constitution.

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mugsy 1 year, 11 months ago on Ten pounds of marijuana, guns, cash seized in search

Hopefully this story is incomplete. If they received a tip and conducted an investigation that led to the deployment of SWAT this would be a perfectly recognized method of operation. The part that makes this story frightening is if they received a tip and deployed SWAT. With all of the instances where "SWATTING" has been used as a practical joke one would hope that law enforcement would be more deliberative in their assaults.

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mugsy 2 years ago on Gwinnett police stage texting-while-driving crackdown

Please provide a link for your "facts". Most of these studies extrapolate small amounts of data into the "facts" that fit the author's agenda.

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mugsy 2 years, 3 months ago on Wilbanks: Amendment could hurt public education

"What I see is a national agenda to privatize, defund and dismantle public education as we know it." Absolutely. The model has broken but all of the public educrats tell us the cure is for them to have control of more money. Public education, "as we know it" is failing our children and most of the blame is foisted on the parents and the children themselves. The entrenched education bureaucracy reminds me of the quote from Governor Lester Maddox on prison reform. "We are doing the best we can, and before we do much better, we have to get a better grade of prisoner."

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mugsy 2 years, 4 months ago on Traffic stop leads to cache of bogus movies at home

Have we really given every police officer the power to seize private property from individuals? This is scary.

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mugsy 2 years, 6 months ago on 6 years after key DNA hit, murder suspect to face Gwinnett prosecution

What a colossal waste of taxpayers resources! All he had to do was send notification to Indiana to hold him before any release. Instead Danny Porter would potentially waste millions of Gwinnett and Georgia tax dollars to get himself in front of a news camera. Gwinnett juries no longer enforce the death penalty. This is even dumber than when Cobb county had a death penalty trial for Fred Tokars who was already assured of dying in federal prison. For some reason DA Porter thinks it is better for Georgia to pay all of this man's expenses instead of Indiana. I am sure that the authorities in Indiana were dumbfounded to learn that there is someplace stupid enough to take this lifetime criminal off of their hands.

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mugsy 2 years, 7 months ago on 'Moonshine' bust a cultural misunderstanding?

The neighbor that called police has to be among the most pathetic people in the county. Why not talk to your neighbor instead of getting authorities involved?

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