Georgia News Articles

 
PHS - AUTOPSY CONTRADICTS INMATES' ACCOUNT - Decemer 10, 2005 - Prison Health Services, the largest private provider of its kind in the nation, has faced two lawsuits in Gwinnett and criticism from local officials in other states in recent months.  Lawyers for Frederick Jerome Williams, a Lawrenceville deacon and father of four, filed a lawsuit in Gwinnett County State Court on Thursday against Prison Health Services, Gwinnett County Sheriff Butch Conway, two police officers, four sheriff's deputies and Taser International, a company which manufacturers stun guns. That lawsuits claims that a paramedic employed by PHS responded slowly and did not seem very concerned when Williams lost consciousness.
Legal Woes Mounting for Georgia Jail - May 18, 2004 - Two federal suits against sheriff allege release delays, unnecessary strip-searches of inmates
State executes man for murder during robbery - March 25, 2003 - Moon always maintained he was innocent of the crime, blaming a friend, Mickey Lee Davis, for framing him. 
Court Blocks Electric Chair Use - October 06, 2001

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