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Parole plan gives lawmakers judgment

...member of the commission. "I don't think it's practical to say there will be no parole for anybody," added Alex Crumbley, a former state senator and member of the group. The panel is studying whether Georgia should create a commission...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/12/19/met_219300.shtml
Metro
Panel OKs proposed parole ban

...The panel, however, cautioned: "The task of completely rewriting all sentencing laws is a formidable one." Alex Crumbley, a former judge and former state senator, wrote the majority opinion for the commission, which was created by Lt...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/01/02/met_219964.shtml
Metro
An Atlanta problem

...worry-warts find the difference in prison terms intolerable -- "legally and morally unacceptable," says lawyer Alex Crumbley, a former judge and state senator. "You might as well let each circuit pass its own sentencing laws." Actually...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/01/27/op_221392.shtml
Opinion columns
An Atlanta problem

...worry-warts find the difference in prison terms intolerable -- "legally and morally unacceptable," says lawyer Alex Crumbley, a former judge and state senator. "You might as well let each circuit pass its own sentencing laws." Actually...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/01/27/edi_221333.shtml
Editorials
Appeals process lacking resources

...but under Georgia's system of farming out the cases to other Superior Court judges, it can take years, he said. Alex Crumbley, who preceded Judge Craig on the bench, said if the state was serious about moving these appeals quicker it would...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/09/21/met_214966.shtml
Metro
Appeals process lacking resources

...but under Georgia's system of farming out the cases to other Superior Court judges, it can take years, he said. Alex Crumbley, who preceded Judge Craig on the bench, said if the state was serious about moving these appeals quicker it would...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/09/22/met_215001.shtml
Metro
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