Drug case bound over to Superior Court

Drug case bound over to Superior Court

There are 7 comments on the Griffin Daily News story from Nov 19, 2009, titled Drug case bound over to Superior Court. In it, Griffin Daily News reports that:

Randall Robert Jackson, of Griffin, who is accused of being party to the crime of sale of a Schedule IV controlled substance - a felony - faced Spalding County Chief Magistrate Judge Rita Cavanaugh for a preliminary hearing Tuesday morning.

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A friend of Jackson

Marietta, GA

#1 Jan 6, 2010
Randall Robert Jackson, of Griffin , who is accused of being party to the crime of sale of a Schedule IV controlled substance... is accused of being a party to the crime.... how about when someone is video taped and caught on audio purchasing controlled substances shouldn't they also be arrested and bound over for a Grand Jury and a trial? Oh! wait, that's in Spaulding County... I was thinking of Mike Overbey in Butts county, different counties, different laws. Hmmmm... the Honerable and Ethical DA and Sheriff... wow what a team.
Greg

Mcdonough, GA

#2 Mar 8, 2010
it is Spalding county, not SpaUlding.
Takisha

Bayamon, Puerto Rico

#3 Mar 12, 2010
We done it again... one of ours goes to jail for the same crimes our police do.
They can get away with any crime, now we will get Mike Overbey back with the sheriff department, when are we going to get the same breaks.
Wolfman

Rome, GA

#4 Mar 18, 2010
Takisha wrote:
We done it again... one of ours goes to jail for the same crimes our police do.
They can get away with any crime, now we will get Mike Overbey back with the sheriff department, when are we going to get the same breaks.
"one of ours goes to jail for the same crimes our police do."
So you are not denying that RRJ is innocent.
Criminals deserve to be in jail,This include dirty cops.
Stop making excuses,its not ok just because you accuse police officer's of the same thing.

“Law Firm of JP McClelland”

Since: Sep 07

Jackson, Georgia

#5 Mar 21, 2010
Everyone deserves a day in court. Always let things play out. Some people are always charged to get to someone else.

www.jacksonlaws.com

Since: Feb 12

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#6 May 15, 2012
hmm sounds odd.

Since: May 12

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#7 May 15, 2012
and this means?

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