District Attorney Daphne Totten

Screven Co. Grand Jury Returns ‘No Bill of Indictment’ In Trooper OIS Case

A Screven County grand jury of 22 citizens returned a no bill of indictment on the charges against former GSP.

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Judge Says No Vindictiveness Evident from Prosecutors in Statesboro Tattoo Shop Case

A Bulloch County Superior Court Judge has ruled in favor of the state after the defense attorneys for two brothers.

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911 Records Show That Trooper’s Vehicle Equipment Wasn’t Working Properly During Pursuit Through Rural Screven County

911 records obtained by The Georgia Virtue indicate that equipment on the patrol car of former GSP Trooper Jacob Thompson.

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After Another Concluded Investigation, Screven Co. Trooper Case Remains Outlier for the Nation

As news of yet another conclusive investigation into an officer-involved shooting makes headlines, the Screven County case involving a former.

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Defense Team Says DA’s Reindictment of Brothers is ‘Vindictive’

Attorneys representing two brothers accused of sex crimes in Bulloch County say a recent reindictment by the Ogeechee Judicial Circuit’s.

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Local Prosecutors Address Bulloch Co. NAACP

Bulloch County’s two elected prosecutors addressed the local chapter of the NAACP on Monday evening.  Ogeechee Judicial Circuit District Attorney.

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Hung Jury Leads to Mistrial in Statesboro Tattoo Parlor Case

A jury that could not come to a unanimous decision in a Bulloch County aggravated sexual battery case led the.

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Prosecutors Still Not Ready to Present Trooper Case to Grand Jury

Attorneys for former GSP Trooper Jacob Thompson appeared in court Friday to again request that a judge compel prosecutors to.

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Judge Denies States Request for Financial Docs of Fmr Trooper, Family of Julian Lewis

Four subpoenas served in a controversial case placed usually opposing parties on the same side of an argument against the.

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Records Don’t Exonerate DA’s Office Against Claims of ‘Grand Jury Shopping’

A cajoling piece on the efficiency and systematic operations of the Ogeechee Judicial Circuit amid the pandemic has returned attention.

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