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Voting Machines: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

John Oliver explains all the issues with voting machines around the country. See at around 9:00 where he explains part of our lawsuit. We recently filed the Opposition Brief to the plaintiffs’ Motion to Dismiss in this case. Read it below.

Lawsuit Against Councilman Dismissed

Zahra Karinshak and Adam Sparks represented a municipal councilman defending himself against an action in Fulton County Superior Court attacking his ability to perform his public duties.  The Court recently dismissed the lawsuit.

Judge Orders State to Discontinue Use of Present Election System

Halsey Knapp and Adam Sparks of Krevolin & Horst, along with Morrison & Foerster, are counsel to a group of Georgia voters who have challenged the constitutionality of Georgia’s election system. On August 15, 2019, the federal judge presiding over the case ruled that the voters and their co-plaintiffs are substantially likely to succeed on […]

Update on Electronic Voting Machine Case

Read below about Judge Totenberg’s order allowing Halsey Knapp and Adam Sparks’ lawsuit regarding the constitutionality of Georgia’s voting machines to move forward. ‘Under Unceasing Attack’: Suit Advances to Force Georgia to Use Paper Ballots, Not Electronic Voting

Adam Sparks Elected Co-Chair of the American Constitution Society Georgia Lawyers Chapter

Adam Sparks has been elected co-chair of the American Constitution Society Georgia Lawyers Chapter. ACS is the nation’s largest progressive legal network. ACS strives to ensure that the Constitution and the law work for all people by empowering leaders and informing discourse, including through Georgia-centric programming, networking, and CLE opportunities.

2019 Georgia Legislative Panel Moderated at Emory Law School

On April 11, 2019, Adam moderated a panel of legislators discussing and analyzing the 2019 Georgia legislative session for dozens of students at Emory Law School. Coverage of this panel and of future events is available at More information about the Georgia Lawyer Chapter is available here.

Krevolin & Horst Secures Immediate Relief for Absentee Voters in Runoff Election

Halsey Knapp and Adam Sparks returned to federal court and secured immediate relief for absentee voters seeking to cast a ballot in Georgia’s December 4, 2018 Runoff Election. The intense interest in Georgia’s 2018 General Election led to intense scrutiny of state and county election administration. That scrutiny bled into the mailing of absentee ballots […]

Unlawful Absentee Ballot Rejections Barred Across Georgia After Emergency Hearing

Life moves fast, and election litigation faster. Halsey Knapp and Adam Sparks demonstrated this truism recently in representing Stacey Abrams for Governor and the Democratic Party of Georgia in seeking an emergency federal court order preventing the unlawful rejection of absentee ballots due to immaterial defects across all Georgia counties in the 2018 General Election. […]

Preliminary Injunction Filed on Behalf of Voters Over All-Electronic Voting Machines

In a pro bono case of first impression, Halsey Knapp and Adam Sparks joined forces with David Cross and a team of attorneys at Morrison Foerster LLP to represent Georgia voters seeking secure, accessible, verifiable elections using paper ballots capable of after-election auditing. Georgia remains one of just five states that relies exclusively on all-electronic […]

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