ATLANTA (AP) An advocacy group says a homeless man arrested in Atlanta for holding an indication looking for assist was illegally jailed for 2 months as a result of he could not afford to pay $200 bail.
The Southern Middle for Human Rights filed a petition Wednesday in Fulton County Superior Courtroom in search of the discharge of Sean Ramsey. It says Ramsey was held with no listening to or entry to an lawyer.
A police report exhibits Ramsey was arrested Sept. 19 as he held an indication studying “homeless please assist.” He was charged with pedestrian soliciting on a roadway.
Southern Middle lawyer Sarah Geraghty stated Ramsey was launched Wednesday after the petition was filed they usually have been informed his case can be dismissed. However, she stated, the case is only one instance of a chronically dysfunctional pre-trial system.