Criminal Justice

This journalism has been created by students who are covering issues in criminal justice as part of the Multiplatform Newsroom: Projects capstone courses at the Grady College of Journalism & Mass Communications.

Georgia Supreme Court Changes How Breath Tests Are Used As DUI Evidence

Prosecutors are changing how they approach DUI cases after the Georgia Supreme Court declared ...

Georgia Preparatory Academy: The Unsung Heroes in Education

Transitioning into middle and high school is hard: new teachers, difficult classes, and tough ...

Taking Hits in the Classroom: Teaching at the Georgia Preparatory Academy

The Georgia Preparatory Academy in Milledgeville, Georgia, educates the 26 incarcerated youths at the ...

Somebody Call 9-1-1: How it All Works

Strict procedure and technological innovation has allowed 9-1-1 centers, like those in Athens-Clarke-County, to ...

Athens-Clarke County to End Cash Bail, So What are the Alternatives?

According to Mayor Kelly Girtz, the Athens-Clarke County Mayor and Commission plan to take ...

An Inside Look at Addiction Recovery Stigma

“What’s right with you?” That’s the first thing people hear when they go to ...

Forensic Medical Exams: A Look Into the ‘Rape Kit’

A forensic medical exam (FME) is an examination offered to survivors of sexual assault ...

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