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Court Visit Recently I had the opportunity to attend a court case in Fulton County The case I attended was in juvenile court The reason I attended a juvenile case is that I witnessed a juvenile commit a crime The crime itself was quite small but what happened during the case shows us why to tell the truth when appearing in court The court I attended was juvenile court in Fulton County The presiding Judge was Charles Hodges The juvenile had legal representation The attorneys name was Julia Desmond I am not sure who actually represented the state in this matter There were several different people who spoke on behalf of the state or county The charges were read the witnesses testified and then the juvenile was given a chance to refute the allegations The juvenile was not cross-examined heavily Only a few questions were asked of her until she denied all involvement in the matter At the beginning of the case which took only about an hour the case was announced and the charges were read Someone from the State or County explained the incident and the first witness was called The judge seemed to be reading a lot and he took a lot of notes He didnt make much eye contact with anyone He seemed to be in his own little judicial world for a while The juveniles attorney tried to ask the witnesses questions for clarification purposes She only seemed to be upsetting the judge due to his body language and sighing For each witness the attorney tried to make each witness state that he or she did not have a direct line of sight to the incident The only real charge that stemmed from the incident was failure to signal The juvenile was charged with failure to yield when she on a bicycle failed to signal for a turn and the swerved into oncoming traffic and was
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