Six counties in Georgia have no lawyers. Another 56 counties have 15 or fewer members of the bar. Georgia’s chief justice and state bar president say it’s a crisis for the legal system. The Daily Report went to South Georgia, home to all six lawyerless counties, to find out how law is practiced in a land without lawyers—and what some say should be done about it.

Editor’s Note: A Land Without Lawyers
It sounds like the start of a bad lawyer joke, doesn’t it? But it’s a real situation in six counties in Georgia, and legal community leaders want to do something about it.

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