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Supreme Court of Georgia Presiding Justice P. Harris Hines (right) swears in attorneys at the Savannah Rapids Pavilion. (From left) Lawyers Helen Yu, Shawn Hammond, Joan E. Smith and Sandra Swanson are now eligible to present cases to the Supreme Court.  MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF
MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF
Supreme Court of Georgia Presiding Justice P. Harris Hines (right) swears in attorneys at the Savannah Rapids Pavilion. (From left) Lawyers Helen Yu, Shawn Hammond, Joan E. Smith and Sandra Swanson are now eligible to present cases to the Supreme Court.
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soapy_725 10/19/13 - 08:42 am
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More lawyers. America can't afford the ones we already have.
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Woe to the doctors and lawyers...........

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