State of Georgia v. Kennedy

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State of Georgiavs.Kennedy
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Year: 1985
State: Georgia
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State of Georgia v. Kennedywas a 1985 case in Georgia concerning open meetings laws.


State v. Kennedy. According to the Georgia Press Association's amicus brief in Bowers v. Regents, on January 21, 1985, the Colquitt County Grand Jury indicted county commission chairman Bill Kennedy on seven counts of Open Meetings violations. He subsequently pled nolo to four counts and paid a small fine.[1]

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