A Fulton County jury has awarded nearly $7 million to the children of a woman killed as she and the driver of the car in which she was a passenger were attempting to change a flat tire on a Thomasville highway two years ago.
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An attorney for 21 years, John R. Monroe is a civil rights litigator specializing in the field of gun rights and Second Amendment issues. "My dad gave me a rifle on my 12th birthday and I've been shooting all my life," said Monroe.
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