The Georgia Supreme Court last week ruled that criminal indictments against two Carroll County lawyers must be dismissed, ordering the state Court of Appeals to reverse its prior ruling allowing the indictments to stand.

According to the Carroll County pair’s attorneys, the high court’s move puts to rest a case that Georgia’s criminal defense bar worried could threaten the livelihoods — and liberty — of lawyers whose clients are ultimately convicted.

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