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A Courthouse Line

This year’s Courthouse Line, the Atlanta Bar’s annual musical, featured three sold-out performances earlier this month at the 14th Street Playhouse. Proceeds will go to the Atlanta Bar Foundation’s charitable efforts.

Barneses’ luxurious new home

The Barneses’ residence is grand without being grandiose and was designed to create memories for their close-knit family and their beloved dog, Lucy, and welcome their many friends. But there is no doubt that its owners were once residents of the governor’s mansion.

T.I. visits the Ga. Supreme Court

Rap artist T.I. spoke to teenagers gathered at the Supreme Court of Georgia about working hard so they can be successful. Chief Justice Leah Ward Sears welcomed more than 100 teens for the event at the court.

The annual “State of the Judiciary” address

Chief Justice Leah Ward Sears of the Georgia Supreme Court on Wednesday delivered her annual “State of the Judiciary” address to the General Assembly.

Ted Jackson sworn in as Fulton sheriff

On Monday, Fulton County Probate Judge Pinkie Toomer swore in Ted Jackson as the new Sheriff of Fulton County.

Griffin Bell in memoriam

Griffin Bell died today at the age of 90. Here are select photos from the Daily Report’s archives.

The new clerk’s swearing in

On Monday, Dec. 15, 2008, Tina Robinson was sworn in as the new clerk of the Fulton County Superior Court.

Judge sentences Nichols to life

A judge on Saturday sentenced the man who killed four people in a brazen courthouse escape to multiple life sentences with no chance of parole and hundreds more years on more than fifty charges.

The Nichols jury fails to reach verdict

The Atlanta courthouse gunman who killed a judge and three other people avoided a death sentence on December 12, 2008 when jurors failed to reach a unanimous decision on his sentence.

The Freedom Writers

Black Enterprise magazine founder Earl Graves presented 1,000 copies of Fulton Superior Court Judge Marvin S. Arrington Sr.’s memoir, “Making My Mark: The Story of Man Who Wouldn’t Stay in his Place,” to students at six Atlanta public schools.