Judiciary Committee (Georgia Senate)
The Senate Judiciary Committee is a nine-member legislative body consisting of a chairman, a vice-chairman, a secretary, and six members. The Committee operates under a Senate mandate to consider all legislative acts that affect the judicial process dealing with civil procedures and practices throughout the state.
Scope and jurisdiction[edit | edit source]
The Senate Judiciary Committee has jurisdiction over matters of civil liberties, governmental information, and constitutional amendments. The Judiciary Committee receives direct support from the Special Judiciary Committee in fulfilling its obligations.
Members[edit | edit source]
- Joshua McKoon, chairman
- John Crosby, vice chairman
- Charlie Bethel, secretary
- Jason Carter, member
- Bill Cowsert, member
- Vincent Fort, member
- William T. Ligon, Jr., member
- Jesse Stone, member
- Lindsey Tippins, member
See also[edit | edit source]
Others articles of the Topic State of Georgia : Legislative Services Committee (Georgia), Banks & Banking Committee (Georgia House), Administrative Affairs Committee (Georgia Senate), Science and Technology Committee (Georgia Senate), Transportation Committee (Georgia Senate), Budget and Fiscal Affairs Oversight Committee (Georgia House), Ways & Means Committee (Georgia House)
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References[edit | edit source]
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- Legis.ga.gov. Welcome to the Georgia General Assembly. Home page. Retrieved June 10, 2013.
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