What are the three principals of the Georgia pledge?
The second principal of the Georgia pledge is Moderation
The final principle of the Georgia pledge is wisdom
The first principal of the Georgia pledge is Justice
Georgia State senator and representative To become a representative in the state of Georgia you must be a registered citizen of Georgia and your county. One must also be at least 21 years old for A house position and 25 for a Senate position Each term for representative and senator only last for two years and oneself can only serve two terms. Elections take place every two years, one during the presidental election and one inebtween the presidental election The duty of a representative is to create and vote on bills that may become law
House speaker and Lieutenant governor House speakers ar elected by a roll call vote by the members of Congress. Lt. Governers are elected either with their governor or separately. If elected separately, then they are elected by popular vote. The Lt. Governer presides as the president of the house and acts for the governer when absent. The house speaker presides over the house and calls it to order.
To qualify for Lt. Governor and Governor one must at least 30 years of age, have been a U.S citizen for 15 years, and have been a resident of that state for 6 years. Bpth positions serve in office for a term of 4 years and are elected separetely. The role of the governor is to be the commander in chief and to oversee and enforce the laws of Georgia. The governer can alsopass or veto laws presented by the general assembley.
Trial courts are where cases are first brought forth to the court and only new evidence can appear in trial courts. Cases in trial court also only affect people that are involved in the case, whereas appellate courts can affect a larger number of people in the district. No new evidence is also not allowed in Appellate courts and only what was used in trial cout can be appealled
The difference between civil and criminal law Civil law is a cases brought forth by a private party that is charging another private party of breaking a monetary contract or to fight over monetary reasons that aren't illegal. This can also include contracts or personal possesion of any kind. Criminal law is a case brought forth the government to charge a private party for taking illegal action. This can result in a fine or even jail/prison time.