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Tuesday May 3rd, 2016 8:32PM

Liberty Bell Award goes to Lucas

By Ken Stanford Reporter
GAINESVILLE - John Lucas of the Hall County State Court Probation Office is the winner of this year's Liberty Bell Award.

The presentation was made Friday.

The award, which goes to a non-lawyer, is presented each year by the Gainesville Northeastern Bar Association at its Law Day Luncheon.

Julius Hulsey, a Gainesville attorney, was presented with this year's A.R. Kenyon Award.

The keynote speaker for the luncheon was Elizabeth Poythress, director of the Georgia League of Women Voters.
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