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Georgia Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument of Booting Class Actions

Booting requires the owner of the vehicle to pay to have the immobilization device removed. Common law is the body of law derived from judicial decisions rather than from statutes. The class action suit was filed in Clayton County State Court in 2018 by Forrest Allen, a private citizen, on behalf of himself and others who had their cars booted at the shopping center.

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City of Conyers Bans Booting Over “Unreasonable and Exorbitant” Fines

Another Georgia City Bans Vehicle Booting The City of Conyers joins a growing list of Georgia communities to ban vehicle booting.  The Conyers City Council unanimously passed the ordinance with the support of Mayor Vince Evans, Police Chief Gene Wilson, and attorney Matt Wetherington. According to Conyers Police Chief Gene… Continue reading City of Conyers Bans Booting Over “Unreasonable and Exorbitant” Fines

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