Wilkinson County conviction affirmed

The Georgia Court of Appeals affirmed the conviction of Christopher James Critcher today. Critcher was convicted by a Wilkinson County jury for the offenses of four (4) counts of Child Molestation. Congratulations to ADA Brent Cochran for his win in supporting the Wilkinson County verdict.

Jasper County conviction

Richard Louis Rodriguez was convicted of the offenses of Incest and two counts of Aggravated Child Molestation after a jury trial in Jasper County on February 19, 2019. Rodriguez received a sentence of Life with the first forty (40) years to be served in confinement.

Morgan County conviction affirmed

The Georgia Court of Appeals affirmed the conviction of Brent Bernard Spear today. Spear was convicted by a Morgan County jury for Serious Injury by Vehicle, Driving Under the Influence, and Driving with License Suspended. Congratulations to ADA Jeff Burks for his win in supporting the Morgan County verdict.

Bank Robber sentenced in Baldwin County

Arthur James Shackleford entered his guilty plea today for armed robbery of a Milledgeville bank branch and resulting crime spree. District Attorney Stephen Bradley described to the Court how Shackleford robbed the bank then hijacked a car in the parking lot to lead law enforcement on a car chase. Judge Amanda Petty followed the State's recommendation and sentenced Shackleford to a total sentence of forty (40) years with twenty (20) years to be served in prison. The officers and victim were in court to watch the proceedings.

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

Our District Attorney's Office and the Ocmulgee Judicial Circuit Domestic Violence Task Force partnered with Hancock County Family Connections, Hancock County Board of Commissioners, and Project Safe, Inc., to speak with students regarding teen dating violence on February 13, 2019 in Hancock County. Speakers spoke with students from Hancock County Middle and High Schools and John Hancock Academy. Topics discussed with the students included what teen dating violence is, recognizing signs of teen dating violence, and things that they could do if they were experiencing teen dating violence. We would like to say a special thanks to District Attorney Stephen A. Bradley, Assistant District Attorne

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