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Georgia Code Title 24. Evidence § 24-5-504

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Any law enforcement officer testifying in his or her official capacity in any criminal proceeding shall not be compelled to reveal his or her home address. ?Such officer may be required to divulge the business address of his or her employer, and the court may require any law enforcement officer to answer questions as to his or her home address whenever such fact may be material to any issue in the proceeding.

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