Wsb WSB-TV has a video of their report on the change in Georgia law regarding the choice of 14 year olds, which was passed in the Georgia General Assembly in 2007 and becomes effective for cases filed after January 1, 2008. Here is the link.

SOURCE: WSB TV.com

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