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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Vergara v. State

... We note that this Court originally adopted that nine-factor analysis from the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, as a method for determining the voluntariness of juvenile confessions given outside the presence of the juvenile's parents. Riley v. State, 237 Ga. ...

IN RE AA

... ADAMS, Judge. In separate appeals, the mother and father of AA and NA appeal the juvenile court's finding that the children are deprived and the father appeals the denial of his petition to legitimate the children. We affirm. "On ...

IN RE AG

... ELLINGTON, Judge. The Juvenile Court of Brooks County terminated the parental rights of the mother of four-year-old AG and three-year-old KG [1] She appeals, contending there was insufficient evidence to support the court's order. For the following reasons, we affirm. ...