Ga. Hate-Crime Law Ruled Unconstitutionally Vague

The Georgia Supreme Court yesterday declared law unconstitutional a hate-crime law allowing for enhanced prison sentences if a person or a person’s property were victimized “because of bias or prejudice,” the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Forty-eight states have hate-crime laws, but only Georgia’s did not specify to which groups of victims it applied. The Georgia Supreme
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