Georgia Sheriff Guilty In Civil Rights Trial After Jury Disputes

By Rosie Manins (October 26, 2022, 5:00 PM EDT) -- A federal jury in Atlanta, after days of conflict-ridden deliberation that the judge called "unique," found a suspended Georgia sheriff guilty Wednesday on six of seven counts that he deprived jail detainees of their constitutional rights by ordering them to be strapped into restraint chairs for hours while handcuffed....

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