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July 12, 2004

Valdosta - A candidate for the Georgia Court of Appeals promises an equal and accurate appellate system if elected.

Atlanta attorney Lee Wallace hit the campaign trail in Valdosta Monday. With 17 years experience in the judicial system, she's been named one of the top 50 female lawyers in the state and is ranked among the top 10 product liability lawyers in Georgia.

Wallace says judges are the guardians of justice, trusted by the people to do the right thing. "I believe that law should be made in the state house and not in the court house, and I believe we need judges who will be fair to each and every person who comes to the court," said Wallace.

Wallace is running for the Court of Appeals seat being vacated by Judge Frank Eldridge.

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