SILVERS CONVICTED OF AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
October 29, 2014 (Chatsworth) - Brandon Lee Silvers (29), formerly of 1157 Cavender Rd, Dalton, was convicted last night by a Murray County jury of aggravated assault for attacking Crandall resident Ken Arthur with a claw hammer on December 4, 2013 (MORE...).
WOMAC CONVICTED OF CHILD MOLESTATION
October 3, 2014 (Dalton) - After nearly four hours of deliberation, a Whitfield County jury today convicted Lawrence “Larry” Womac (58), formally of 2341 Dover Street, Dalton, of Aggravated Sexual Battery, Child Molestation, Cruelty to Children in the First Degree, and False Imprisonment (MORE...).
ABERCROMBIE SENTENCED FOR CHILD MOLESTATION
September 17, 2014 (Chatsworth) - Darrel Wayne Abercrombie (40) of 339 White Road, Chatsworth, was sentenced today by Superior Court Judge William T. Boyett to serve fifteen years in prison followed by 25 years on probation for two counts of child molestation (MORE...).
DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE TAKES ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE
August 21, 2014 (Dalton) - District Attorney Bert Poston and most of his staff participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge today after having been challenged earlier in the week by Dalton attorney, and former Assistant District Attorney, Marcus Morris (MORE...).
July 16, 2014 (Chatsworth) - Sunil Shamji Jungiwalla (49), of Snellville, Georgia was sentenced today to serve 3 years in prison followed by 7 years on probation on charges of criminal attempt to commit aggravated child molestation, criminal attempt to commit child molestation and computer and electronic child exploitation following his conviction on those charges last month (MORE...).
As District Attorney, I represent the State of Georgia and the people of Murray and Whitfield Counties in all criminal cases in Superior Court as well as in delinquency actions in the Juvenile Courts of both counties. Through the efforts of my dedicated staff, the District Attorney’s Office prosecutes criminal conduct and defends the rights of victims while ensuring that everyone is treated fairly by the criminal justice process and while maintaining the highest standards of professionalism.
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