Ga. Axes 'Weird' Precedent Rule To Even Up With Other Courts

By Rosie Manins (August 6, 2020, 6:27 PM EDT) -- In a bid to better align itself with common practice and provide more clarity to litigants, the Georgia Court of Appeals is scrapping an unusual rule that stripped a decision of its precedential value if there was less than full concurrence among judges, a move attorneys in the state say is long overdue....

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