Appellate attorneys are opening up about oral argument strategies after a fellow litigator got off to a rocky start before the Supreme Court of Georgia this week.

Chief Justice David Nahmias Chief Justice David Nahmias, Supreme Court of Georgia. (Photo: John Disney/ALM)

While arguing in American Civil Liberties Union Inc. v. Zeh, appellee attorney Brent J. Savage, of Savage Turner Durham Pinckney & Savage in Savannah, apologized to the virtual appellate panel for feeling “inadequate to make an argument.”

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