Bands of lawyers played rock music to raise money for Legal Aid of Cobb County and the Cobb Justice Foundation last Thursday at the Earl Smith Strand Theatre on the square in Marietta.

The inaugural event, called the Justice Jam, raised about $10,000 from sales of sponsorships, tickets and T-shirts to support civil legal services for low-income residents, according to Angie Tacker, who handles development for Atlanta Legal Aid and led sponsorship sales.

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