Spann v. Davis, et al. — Freeway Law

Court: Supreme Court of Georgia

Docket: S20G1536

Opinion Date: November 23, 2021

Judge: Carla Wong McMillian

Areas of Law: Government & Administrative Law, Personal Injury

Gai Spann filed suit against Rashida Davis and Kyra Dixon, administrators of the City of Atlanta Municipal Court (“the Clerks”), alleging that she was wrongfully arrested and detained as a result of the Clerks’ failure to withdraw a failure-to-appear warrant after it had been canceled by a municipal court. The Clerks raised sovereign immunity and official immunity as d efenses in a motion to dismiss, but the trial court instead sua sponte raised and granted the motion based on quasi-judicial immunity, with no prior notice to the parties.

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Originally published at https://freewaylaw.com on November 30, 2021.

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