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Advice for Underage Georgia Drivers Facing DUIs

A jury in Cobb County recently charged a teen with first-degree vehicular homicide after the death of her friend who fell out of a sports utility vehicle. After falling out of the vehicle, the injured passenger was placed in a medically induced coma and died several weeks later. The teen who was driving admitted to (read more)

Important Laws About Georgia Body Cams

Law enforcement in Georgia recently released body cam footage from a stop that occurred in October, 2018 when the driver of a vehicle claimed that he was traveling at speeds of 118 miles per hour in a 45 mile per hour zone because he had recently replaced a part on the car and wanted to (read more)

Defending Against Methamphetamine Charges in Georgia

A woman in Georgia recently filed a lawsuit against law enforcement officers after she spent time in jail on charges related to possession of methamphetamine. The drug, however, turned out to just be cotton candy, as the woman had said it was. The lawsuit calls the arrest wrong and unlawful and refers to the woman’s (read more)

Responding to Georgia Marijuana Wax and Extract Charges

A woman in Rome currently faces felony charges related to possession of “wax” marijuana after she was involved in a traffic stop. In addition to charges of possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and possession of drug related objects, the woman is also charged with driving without valid insurance. She is currently being (read more)

Defenses to Juvenile Marijuana Charges

A middle school student in Savannah recently brought marijuana to campus, which led law enforcement to search the child’s home, where they seized approximately three pounds of marijuana, over $1,000, numerous digital scales, and other items associated with the distribution of controlled drugs. As a result of the search, law enforcement also made two arrests, (read more)

Reasons You Need a Speeding Ticket Attorney

A woman in Statham was recently banned from the city’s council meetings as well as all public property. The incident arose when she was stopped in 2015 for allegedly performing several traffic violations including driving without a license plate and traveling over the speed limit. She was subsequently arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and (read more)

What to do if Pulled Over by the Police

After allegedly trying to pass a bad check, a woman in North Georgia recently led law enforcement on a high-speed chase. The chase occurred after the driver ran a red light and eventually reached more than 70 miles per hour through two school zones, Arnall Middle and White Oak Elementary. Law enforcement eventually performed a (read more)

The Danger of Lying to Police Officers

Law enforcement in Georgia reports that recently after being pulled over on a congested highway, a man placed his 3-month-old daughter on top of a stolen handgun on the vehicle’s floorboard. When the man told law enforcement that there was not anyone inside of the vehicle, law enforcement searched the man’s vehicle and discovered his (read more)

Defending Against Intent to Distribute Charges

Law enforcement in Floyd County recently charged a couple of people in Rome with felony possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute. These charges come after a traffic stop occurred on Georgia 53 North. During the search, law enforcement found a black bag with two bags of methamphetamines, a scale, and baggies used for packaging (read more)

The Most Common Types of DUI Accidents

A man from Rossville, Georgia was recently placed in the Catoosa County jail after he crashed into a mobile home while operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol. The accident occurred when the driver lost control of his vehicle and veered off the road. Following an arrest, the driver was cited with driving under (read more)