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Greetings to you tireless defense warriors of the Northern District of Georgia! Fewer than two weeks remain until the 17th Annual
The Biden Administration has nominated no one to fill Judge Beverly Martin’s seat. When Judge Martin announced her retirement, she
We begin with some good news: The Biden Administration has nominated Victoria Calvert to the Northern District of Georgia bench.
Our district’s collective compassionate-release project, like a speeding car with a blown flat tire, has rolled to a wobbly, harrowing
Good afternoon, one and all! October will soon be upon us. You know what that means! Please mark your calendars
Okay, we get it. Any Georgia aggravated assault with a deadly weapon conviction (at least one based on reasonable-apprehension simple
We begin with good news on both the Armed Career Criminal Act and the compassionate release statute, and then dive
Three years ago, Judge Amy Totenberg imposed a sentence of probation by writing (and reciting in open court) a poem.
We start with hopeful news about the Armed Career Criminal Act. The Supreme Court continues to prescribe us antidotes to