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Georgia Public Records
Georgia, the state that was founded as a British colony in 1733, has grown dramatically since, and these days 10,310,371 residents call it home. The vital records of the states' residents are held by the State Office of Vital Records and include birth records and death records from 1919 to the present day. Marriage records are on file from 1952-1996 and divorce records are held by the supreme court. Marriage records after 1996 and prior to 1952 can be accessed through the county Probate Court. The dates of the vital public records may vary from county to county, and require a check in local offices to ascertain whether they have the required files.
Georgia Crime Rate and Criminal Records
The crime rate in the state of Georgia is 3,401 violent and property crimes per every 100,000 residents. The number of felony offenders in the state of Georgia is 51,700 and they are housed in 33 state prisons. The criminal records of offenders in the state of Georgia are held by local Sheriffs' offices and Police Departments across the state and can be accessed after filing a request and paying the proper fees.
The two largest cities in Georgia are Atlanta, with a population of 472,522 residents, and Columbus with 197,485 residents. The median household income in Atlanta is $50,210, and in Columbus the median household income is $42,306. The states' gross state product was $403 billion in 2010, and it owes this figure to its major industries that include agriculture, energy production, mining and manufacturing of processed foods and beverages, textile and transportation equipment. Tourism is also a major player in the economy of Georgia with approximately 14 million people visiting the state every year.