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March 10, 1818 Daniel Webster argues Dartmouth College v. Woodward in the Supreme Court of the United States.
  Daniel Webster
March 10, 1942 Camp Brumby, a CCC camp at Kennesaw Mountain, is closed
  Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
March 10, 1960 Some places in north Georgia receive up to 10 inches of snow from a widespread storm
March 10, 1969 James Earl Ray is sentenced for the murder of Martin Luther King. He had entered a guilty plea, waiving his right to trial. He was sentenced to 99 years.
  Martin Luther King
March 10, 2000 Bill Elliott becomes the lead driver for the Dodge return to racing team
  Bill Elliott
March 10, 2003 University of Georgia suspended basketball coach Jim Harrick.
  University of Georgia, Athens (UGA)
  Vince Dooley
  Coach Jim Harrick suspended
  UGA sexual assault
March 10, 2005 Bibb County District Attorney Howard Simms orders exhumation of the body of Frank Bienert after discovering the death was suspicious, based on information from the trial of James Sullivan. Sullivan, on trial for arranging the murder of his wife Lita, is suspected in the death of Bienert, his father-in-law from whom he inherited Crown Beverages, a $5 million Macon business.
  James Sullivan and the murder of Lita Sullivan
March 10, 2006 Atlanta mayor Bill Campbell is convicted of tax evasion.
  Mayor Bill Campbell indicted
March 10, 2009 Actress-singer Mandy Moore (A Walk to Remember, License to Wed) weds rock musician Ryan Adams in a quiet ceremony in Savannah.
March 10, 2010 In statements to police, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger admits he had "sexual contact" with a young Georgia College student and that she had "bumped her head" during the incident
  Milledgeville assault
March 10, 2010 Lima, a zebra that led police on a chase onto the Downtown Connector, is euthanized as a result of injuries to his hooves.
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