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SPANN v. DAVIS (2022)

Court of Appeals of Georgia.

SPANN v. DAVIS et al.


Decided: January 21, 2022

Wiggins Law Group, Cary S. Wiggins, Atlanta, for Appellant. Sarah Jennifer Rasalam, for Appellee.

In Spann v. Davis, 312 Ga. 843, 866 S.E.2d 371 (2021), the Supreme Court of Georgia reversed in part and vacated in part the judgment of this Court rendered in Spann v. Davis, 355 Ga. App. 673, 845 S.E.2d 415 (2020), in which we affirmed the trial court's sua sponte dismissal of Spann's complaint on the basis of quasi-judicial immunity. The judgment of the Supreme Court is hereby made the judgment of this Court, the trial court's judgment is reversed, and this case is remanded to the trial court for further proceedings in accordance with the Supreme Court's decision.

Judgment reversed and case remanded.

Rickman, Chief Judge.

Dillard, P. J., and Brown, J. concur.

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SPANN v. DAVIS (2022)

Docket No: A20A0202

Decided: January 21, 2022

Court: Court of Appeals of Georgia.

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