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Gainesville neighbors feud headed to Georgia Supreme Court
Consitutionality of 'good behavior bonds' at root of case
Two homes along Woodlake Drive in Gainesville are at the center of a Supreme Court of Georgia case to be heard Monday. Ken and Rochelle Parker have brought the case with attorney Jeffrey Filipovits challenging “good behavior bonds.”
A feud between two Gainesville homes will head to the Georgia Supreme Court for oral argument Monday, as one couple argues against a section of Georgia law called “good behavior bonds.” The case is predicated upon a feud between Andrew and Penny Leeuwenburg and Ken and Rochelle Parker, two couples living next to each other in Gainesville. “The two married couples have been embroiled in conflict for several years, with each couple charging the other with harassment and wrongdoing,” according to the court’s summary.