1. SquireThompson says:

    Every public officer must take the oath of office and any oath prescribed by the Constitution of Georgia and must swear that he or she is not the holder of any unaccounted for public money due this state; O.C.G.A. § 45-3-1.

    I always chuckle when folks get to this part of their swearing in oath because it is a mouthful and they usually stumble through it, and the gathered family members and friends always get a look of, “What the heck does that mean?” on their faces.

    Any drive by legal opinions on false swearing or violation of oath of office?

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