The time has come to lay out the case for jurors to decide whether Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill illegally used his office for personal gain.
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- Prosecution: Layla Zon is the district attorney for Alcoy Circuit, which is Walton and Newton Counties. She agreed to prosecute Clayton Sheriff Victor Hill as a special assistant district attorney in Clayton County because DA Tracy Graham Lawson was trying to dispel allegations that she brought the case for political reasons.
- Defense: Steven Frey, whose practice is based in Jonesboro, and Musa Ghanayem, whose office is in Atlanta began representing Victor Hill when he was indicted though they both dropped out of the case briefly. Drew Findling and is has his own law firm in Atlanta and his associate Marissa Goldberg joined the Hill defense team last fall.