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Golz v. Golz

Supreme Court of Georgia
May 8, 1979
255 S.E.2d 718 (Ga. 1979)

Summary

finding that "in the commission of" language does not require the felony at issue to have been completed

Summary of this case from State v. Humphries

Opinion

34844.

SUBMITTED APRIL 27, 1979.

DECIDED MAY 8, 1979.

Custody of child. Cobb Superior Court. Before Judge Bullard.

Torin D. Togut, for appellant.

Jean Johnson, for appellee.


This appeal is from a judgment awarding custody of a minor child to the mother. The parties are divorced. The father of the child contends that the trial court abused its discretion. We disagree and affirm. Murphy v. Murphy, 238 Ga. 130 ( 231 S.E.2d 743) (1977).

Judgment affirmed. All the Justices concur.


SUBMITTED APRIL 27, 1979 — DECIDED MAY 8, 1979.


Summaries of

Golz v. Golz

Supreme Court of Georgia
May 8, 1979
255 S.E.2d 718 (Ga. 1979)

finding that "in the commission of" language does not require the felony at issue to have been completed

Summary of this case from State v. Humphries
Case details for

Golz v. Golz

Case Details

Full title:GOLZ v. GOLZ

Court:Supreme Court of Georgia

Date published: May 8, 1979

Citations

255 S.E.2d 718 (Ga. 1979)
243 Ga. 627

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