Contempt charge dropped in Fulton jail case
by Noreen Cochran
10:57 AM, Wednesday, August 20
Plaintiffs in the 2004 case of Frederick Harper v. Fulton County, filed by the Southern Center for Human Rights, last week withdrew their request to hold the county in contempt for failure to abide by the terms of a 2006 consent decree.  Federal J...

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