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    Posted March 18, 2014 by
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    154 Sections of Georgia law goes MIA

    I was doing research for a court case and needed GA's Evidence Code for some citations... and discovered that it looks like either 154 sections were stricken from the law books, or LexisNexis has somehow been altered.

    Check out the screenshot attached to the story, then the link below to confirm that sections of OCGA §24-10-1 through §24-10-154 have disappeared and are replaced with a measly few sections that are pretty much worthless.

    Has someone hacked LexisNexis, or did a whole section of Evidence code actually get ... "disappeared?"

    Here's where you can find THE MISSING CODE:

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