Posted 15 March 2012 - 12:59 PM
In July 2009 I was convicted of perjury In superior court of Washington County, Georgia. I was sentenced to a 10 do 5. Counting my county jail time I served a total of 3 years 2 months an 2 days and was banished from Washington County and four other county's. I don't have any violent or habitual crimes on my record. My mother is in a nursing home there and I can't even go see her. She's 86 years old and has a home there that I could live in. I need somewhere to live and have a home I could live in if I could go back to Washington County. I don't see how they can banish me because of perjury. Is it legal to banish someone in Georgia because of a perjury conviction?