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Only One of Twelve Found Not Guilty in Atlanta Public Schools Cheating Trial

May 5, 2015 Posted In Atlanta Public Schools Cheating Trial

Atlanta criminal defense attorney Sanford (Sandy) Wallack successfully defends accused in Atlanta Public Schools cheating trial ATLANTA – MAY 2015 – On March 29, 2013, 35 former Atlanta Public School educators were indicted for conspiring to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) act and various other offenses including false statements and writings, false…

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Sandy Wallack Interviewed About His Use of Technology During APS Trial

April 16, 2015 Posted In Atlanta Public Schools Cheating Trial

Nichole Black interviewed me about my usage of TrialPad in article titled, Today’s Tech: How A Criminal Defense Lawyer Uses Trial Presentation Technology, posted on Above the Law. Here’s a quote: “Not only did TrialPad streamline the trial presentation process — it helped Sanford stand out from the pack. “Because everyone else essentially relied on ELMO…

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APS Cheating Trial Verdicts Delivered

April 1, 2015 Posted In Atlanta Public Schools Cheating Trial

After many long months of work and deliberations, I am pleased to report that my client, Dessa Curb, a teacher at Dobbs Elementary, was found not guilty on all charges when the final verdict was read. She is the only one of the 12 on trial that was found not guilty and the remaining defendants…

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