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How a pandemic court backlog may let violent criminals free 03:12 Officials in Georgia will be required to release accused criminals from jail while they're awaiting indictment because of a backlog of cases that grew during the pandemic, according to the Fulton County District Attorney. Suspects who've been charged with crimes in Georgia are entitled to bond if they're not indicted within 90 days, and though that law was suspended during the pandemic, it was reinstated over the summer. Murders rose sharply in 2020 but data is lacking across much of the country That means hundreds of defendants accused of crimes, many of them violent, are now eligible or soon will be eligible for release. "We walked into an office with an excess of 11,000 unindicted cases," said Fani Willis, the District Attorney of Fulton County , which includes Atlanta. "In addition to that, we already had another 12,000 that were indicted and were working their way through the court system." Willis said her office is prioritizing sexual predator and other serious cases. But the reality, she said, is that "there's gonna be four or five-hundred defendants that we don't make the clock on and they, without having the proper evaluation by law, a judge will be mandated to give them a bond." Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis says her office is dealing with "an excess of 11,000 unindicted cases." Willis said her office would work "around the clock" to make sure murder cases were indicted before the Sept. 28 deadline. Of the 224 murder defendants who've been charged but not indicted, more than 50 had to be indicted by this week to remain in custody. "I can guarantee the public that there will not be someone that was charged with homicide that will not be charged," Willis said.

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