ATL police powers revoked; convictions could be overturned Ethics Commission relaunches Gov. Deal investigation ATL City Council weighs clerk’s fate DeKalb superintendent pick quickly draws fire Augusta city administrator keeps job Ethics board clears Valdosta mayor
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A Walton County man will walk out of prison after serving seven years in prison for murdering his brother while hunting on the family farm. The Georgia Supreme Court today unanimously threw out Joshua Hames‘ 2002 conviction, ruling that prosecutors never proved a critical element of the crime and that Hames’ lawyer, a former prosecutor, failed to challenge them on it.