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FindLaw's New Georgia Codes
FindLaw's new Georgia Code and Constitution section is made possible through our partnership with Thomson Reuters Westlaw, FindLaw's sister company. That means you'll have access to thousands of Georgia laws, all courtesy of Westlaw, the industry leader in legal research -- and all for free.
Put FindLaw's new Georgia codes together with FindLaw's free Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals caselaw resources, our Eleventh Circuit blog, and our law firm management offerings, and you'll have just about everything a legal professional in Georgia could need, all in one spot and all offered free of charge.
Surprisingly Easy to Use
Using FindLaw's new Georgia codes is a breeze, as well. The sections' four-level drop-down menu allows you find just what you need simply, without getting lost in a million different codes and webpages. If you're looking for Georgia's definition of "dangerous dogs," for example, just a few clicks will get you right where you need to be. The same is true if you're searching from information the state's building and electrical codes, or its criminal discovery rules.
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