A growing distrust in public institutions has led many Georgians to refrain from attending public meetings, contacting or visiting a public official or even voting, according to the Judicial Council of Georgia and Administrative Office of the Courts.

Now Georgia jurists are turning to social media videos to help improve the state’s overall civic health by connecting with and educating lawyers and the public about the U.S. Constitution, its application by each government branch and how to leverage it to advocate for individual rights.

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