Judge Nally Explains the History and Power of the Grand Jury

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqPp_XLbFk0 Judge Paul Nally, Madison Forum Secretary and Chairman of Legal Education, spoke to a full house at a graciously arranged dinner and talk sponsored by the Canton Tea Party Patriots and The Madison Forum … Read More »

Change in GA Constitution Will Empower Unelecteds in Education

The Northwest Georgia 912 Project, with Jack Staver, was pleased to have Angela Bean speak at their meeting on November 5, 2015. Angela reviewed research by Dr. Mary Kay Bacallao on what's happening in our educational system and how it is being … Read More »

Revised Sign Ordinance in Cherokee Violates Free Speech

Cherokee County Republican Party Chair, Rick Davies, spoke to a very engaged crowd at Jack Staver's Northwest Georgia 912 Project on November 5, 2015. Rick explained what's happening in Cherokee County with a revised sign ordinance that … Read More »

Alex Johnson Ramps up the GRA

Alex Johnson of the Georgia Republican Assembly (GRA), also known as "The Republican Wing" of the Republican Party gave an energized speech to a full house at the Northwest Georgia 912 Project meeting on November 5, 2015 where he discussed how … Read More »

Amy Bramuchi Still in Jail without Bond after Police Shooting

Police Shooting Victim Still in Jail without Bond FULTON COUNTY GA – Amy Bramuchi remained in jail without bond this month after two Superior Court hearings were cancelled but not rescheduled.  Her Oct. 7th final plea and arraignment hearing … Read More »

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  • Cambodia: Protest Supports Villagers Challenging Foreign Forest Concession September 25, 2015
    Foreign investments; Forests and timber; Judiciary; Minority rights; Natural resources - On September 22, 2015, a group of approximately 100 Cambodians from the Phnong ethnic group rallied to support five members of the group who were questioned in court and then released. The issues involved were claims... The Global Legal Monitor from the Law Library […]
  • European Union: Adoption of Decision to Relocate Asylum Seekers September 25, 2015
    Asylum; Immigration; Refugees; Treaties and International Agreements/Refugees - On September 22, 2015, the EU Justice and Home Affairs Council adopted a proposal, introduced by the European Commission on September 9, 2015, in response to the unprecedented influx of migrants who have sought refuge in... The Global Legal Monitor from the Law Library of Congress covers […]
  • Brazil: End of Age Limit for Assisted Fertilization September 24, 2015
    Families ; Health; Pregnancy - On September 22, 2015, the Brazilian Federal Council of Medicine (Conselho Federal de Medicina, CFM), issued Resolution No. 2,121/2015 on, inter alia, eliminating the need by women over 50 years of age to obtain the consent... The Global Legal Monitor from the Law Library of Congress covers legal news and […]