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True crime investigations from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Veteran legal affairs journalist Bill Rankin takes you inside the courtroom to break down the story and the criminal justice system. This award-winning series investigates Georgia’s most important cases with fact-based reporting. Season 9 focuses on the historic special grand jury investigation of former President Donald Trump in Fulton County, Georgia, led by District Attorney Fani Willis. Learn more about our reporting at ajc ...
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Atlanta to return $10M in emergency rental assistance to federal government; Georgia bill would make attacking critical infrastructure a felony; Dickens defends training center, efforts to combat crime; Georgia Supreme Court throws Camden spaceport into uncertainty
Bill aims to stop Georgia scammers from getting seniors’ money; 30-story building poised to tower over Margaret Mitchell House; Antisemitic flyer targets Jewish sponsor of hate crime bill; Warnock, Black Caucus push Biden to make policing a theme of State of the Union
A court hearing is held as to whether the Fulton County special purpose grand jury’s final report can be made public right now. The most recent episode of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Breakdown podcast covers the hearing. Episode 23 – “Decisions Are Imminent” – also includes an interview with a former Atlanta prosecutor who explains why he th…
Governor signs order to call up National Guard troops after violent unrest; Atlanta leads state with robust addition of 126,400 jobs for the year; Poll shows Georgia voters want marijuana legalized; Some MARTA officials question Atlanta Streetcar extension
The Fulton County special purpose grand jury investigating former President Donald Trump and his allies has finished its work. In an order signed Jan. 9, Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney said the special grand jury had finished writing its final report – which, if it recommends bringing charges against the former president, could be one of the …
As the Fulton County special purpose grand jury investigation winds down, it’s highly likely it is putting together its report and recommendations, formally called a presentment. The most recent episode of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Breakdown podcast explores prior presentments issued by special grand juries and explains how the process pla…
Kemp to declare state of emergency ahead of dangerously cold weather; US Rep. Ferguson voted in Georgia county where he no longer lives; Atlanta makes big push for the 2024 Democratic convention; Federal money coming to Georgia hospitals to help hire more workers
State regulators approve Georgia Power rate hike; Clayton Commission considering naming Victor Hill pick as interim sheriff; How Abrams’ campaign spending led to ‘incredibly bad’ cash crunch; Cobb Elections leaves county’s move to change commission district map unchallenged;
Georgia events used as evidence of Trump’s criminal intent on January 6th; Atlanta-based CNN investigative reporter Drew Griffin has died; Atlanta homicide total rises for third year with days left in 2022; Nonprofit pays off lunch debt at nearly 300 metro Atlanta schools
Complaint alleges CHOA wrongfully fired employee over flu vaccine; Defense bill passed by Congress authorizes new spending in Georgia; A closer look at the terrorism charges against ‘cop city’ protesters; Todd and Julie Chrisley to report to prison in Florida in January
Georgia election chief seeks change after GOP losses; Texts show Georgia Republicans sharing election conspiracy theories to aid Trump; Atlanta training center protesters charged with domestic terrorism; Transgender employees in Georgia cite discrimination in lawsuit against state
Feds asked to investigate multi-state ‘plot’ to copy election software; Activists and authorities clashing again at Atlanta training center site; Zoo Atlanta veterinary facility due for $22 million expansion; Alleged gang member, accomplice get life in prison for Gresham Park murder;
Atlanta police arrest suspect in Buckhead woman’s stabbing death; AAA forecasts 3.5 million in Georgia will travel for year-end holidays; DOJ subpoenas Raffensperger’s office as Trump investigation continues; Clayton Schools paying outgoing superintendent $200,000-plus in separation;
US Senate’s finale race brings steady turnout and few lines in Georgia; Florida appeals court directs Flynn to testify before Fulton grand jury; Apple violated law with anti-union meetings at Cumberland store; Kemp promises Georgians more help dealing with inflation next year;
Sexually transmitted diseases surging in Georgia; Delta pilots union reaches initial agreement for new labor contract; Talk show host and Georgia House candidate accused of illegal voting; City of Atlanta sues APS, DeKalb schools over annexation law; Todd and Julie Chrisley ordered to pay more than $17 million in restitution…
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has legal, practical and political considerations to consider as she investigates former President Donald Trump and his allies for alleged meddling with the 2020 election. To explore the latter consideration, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Breakdown podcast turned to Greg Bluestein, the newspaper's po…
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