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Is It Legal to Boot Cars in Georgia? | Kurt Kastorf Law Firm
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Is It Legal to Boot Cars in Georgia?

Is It Legal to Boot Cars in Georgia?

Ever have your car booted under shady circumstances and think “how can that possibly be legal?”

Well, the answer is: it isn’t. Bravo to Matt Wetherington and Kevin Patrick for their recent court victory proving this is so.

Perhaps nothing better showcases both creativity and brilliance than presenting an idea that seems obvious as soon as it is stated . . . and yet nobody has thought to say it before.  Credit Matt and Kevin for being the first to spot something hiding in plain sight.

To read the decision, click here.

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