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    Three Middle Georgia lawyers — Franklin Hogue, Laura Hogue and Angie Coggins — are part of a team of criminal defense attorneys who’ve agreed to help train lawyers in the former Soviet state of Georgia, a country where jury trials have been held for only five years.

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