- Pasha v. Battle Creek Homeowners Association, Inc., 061319 GACA, A19A0015
- Jones Lang Lasalle Operations, LLC v. Johnson, 061319 GACA, A19A0084
- Nugent v. Myles, 061319 GACA, A19A0162
- Lynch v. Lynch, 061319 GACA, A19A0485
- Anderson v. State, 061119 GACA, A19A0118
- Kellar v. Davis, 061119 GACA, A19A0199
- Brooks v. Lopez, 061119 GACA, A19A0324
- In re I. H., 061119 GACA, A19A0462
- In Your Dreams, Inc. v. Raisin's Ranch, LLC, 061119 GACA, A19A0488
- Auto-Owners Insurance Co. v. CW Masonry, Inc., 061119 GACA, A19A0583
- Carpenter v. McMann, 080218 GASC, S17G1894
Appellees Sherinna McMann and Childrona Holton were passengers in a car traveling on the interstate in Bibb County, Georgia when allegedly an unknown driver swerved into their car's path, causing the driver to slam on the brakes. Appellant Eric Carpenter was allegedly driving too closely behind...
- 50 S.E. 68 (Ga. 1905), Pavesich v. New England Life Ins. Co.
- Mangram v. State, 080218 GASC, S18A0846
DayQuan Mangram was convicted of malice murder and related crimes in connection with the 2012 shooting death of Untavious Gillard. Mangram challenged the sufficiency of the evidence corroborating the testimony of a co-indictee and contended the trial court erred in denying his motion for mistrial...
- 818 S.E.2d 561 (Ga. 2018), S18A0632, Schoicket v. State
- 818 S.E.2d 543 (Ga. 2018), S18A0777, Frisby v. State
- Mizell v. State, 121018 GASC, S18A1029
- Patten v. Ardis, 062918 GASC, S18A0412
In 2015, Robert Shaughnessy and Katie Patten married and conceived a child. Shaughnessy died soon thereafter. In November 2015, the widowed Patten gave birth to a baby girl, and Patten permitted Shaughnessy’s mother, Mary Jo Ardis, to visit with the baby on a couple of occasions. But those visits...
- 14 Ga. 185 (Ga. 1853), 28, Bryan v. Walton
- Flowers v. State, 050718 GASC, S18A0241
Nicambreon Flowers was tried by jury and convicted of murder and armed robbery in connection with the 2014 fatal shooting of Joel Tengue. Flowers appealed, arguing that the evidence was legally insufficient to sustain his convictions and that the trial court erred when it charged the jury. The...
- 129 S.E. 861 (Ga. 1925), 4864, Schlesinger v. City of Atlanta