The Georgia Supreme Court’s first calendar of the year features oral arguments ranging from the “toolbox murder” case to who pays for a court staff’s bottled water.
Justices will hear arguments Tuesday on a controversial tax case that could affect local governments relying on pre-1997 special purpose local option taxes, otherwise known as SPLOST.
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