Georgia appellate courts did not in the year under discussion have the occasion to pass on as many interesting and complex constitutional situations as in-the prior year. To a large extent the constitutional questions in the period related to matters of criminal law and procedure, and it was in this field, perhaps, more than any other that the principal decisions lay.
Abram, Morris B. and McKay, Robert B.
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