Ford v. Hill


(Ga., filed in late April 2019): Arguing that the court should grant cert in order to establish clear and exacting standards for the imposition of civil “death penalty” sanctions, consistent with the requirements of due process.  Due process requires that a party subject to civil “death penalty” sanctions have immediate resort to the appellate courts.

Court denied cert

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