When Georgia Court of Appeals candidate Ken Shigley was a young assistant district attorney, he successfully prosecuted a college student for what he now says was a bogus charge.

Shigley told the story of that 40-year-old felony prosecution and the young man’s appeal—which Shigley said he also won—at a candidate forum sponsored by Advocacy for Action in mid-April at Liberty International Church Door of Hope Ministries in Atlanta.

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