His law office sits adjacent to the Bulloch County Judicial Annex where courthouse staff know him by name.
But when Statesboro attorney Francys Johnson appeared for an evidentiary immunity hearing on behalf of a client in September, he had no idea he’d be stripped of his own freedom after being ordered into police custody.
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