As of March 8, 2023, GA courts still struggle with pandemic-era backlogs, state Supreme court Chief Justice says. In spite of significantly fewer felony arrests in Fulton County during the pandemic, GA Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael Boggs said that Fulton’s 18,000 pending felony cases illustrate the severity of the strain placed on a number of judicial systems as large case backlogs threaten to take years to get settled. Using funds from the American Rescue Plan Act, the state was able to distribute $96 million for courts to hire temporary judges and assistant prosecutors, open up courtrooms and spend another $14 million to support public defenders in taking on felony cases.
Where are the republicans across the state of GA asking questions. Right now Fulton County has 18K felony cases that are filling up our jails and backlogging our court systems. There are a lot of retired judges that have come back to work to hear cases. Out of the $96 million from the American Rescue Plan how much will this go to prosecute Donald Trump, David Shafer, Shawn Stills and Cathy Lathem.
China says Jeddah talks on Ukraine helped to consolidate international consensus. Russia was not there. China only went to keep their ear to the ground. The media wants you to lead you to believe they are in peace talks. The same exact time Russia and China are in joint military exercises off the Alaska shore.
GA Budget office: “These are public dollars that belong to Georgians and should be supporting the needs of Georgians. We urge the state to utilize the Budget Surplus to address pressing challenges faced by our communities. The GBPI says GA’s overall state reserves, going into fiscal year 2024, are expected to be above $16 billion.
They take the money so they can give back the money. If they can’t give it back to you they can’t look like they are doing something for you and buy the election.