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Ga. Supreme Court Chief Justice Harold Melton Reflects On Final Session In Current Building

The Supreme Court of Georgia will be moving to a new home. On “All Things Considered,” Chief Justice Harold Melton looked back at his time in the current building at 40 Mitchell St. S.W. in Atlanta.
The Supreme Court of Georgia will be moving to a new home. On “All Things Considered,” Chief Justice Harold Melton looked back at his time in the current building at 40 Mitchell St. S.W. in Atlanta.
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For 60 years, the state’s biggest legal questions have been argued at 40 Mitchell St. S.W. in Atlanta.

Next month, the Supreme Court of Georgia is moving to a new home.

Thursday’s session was the last for the current courtroom.

WABE’s Jim Burress sat down with Chief Justice Harold Melton in his office to get his reflections on the room. And on Thursday’s “All Things Considered,” Burress began by asking what Melton was thinking during that last session.