Georgia’s First Offender Act allows a person to have a conviction off their record even after pleading guilty to certain crimes. First offender can only be used once in your life. Generally, after one pleads, the First Offender Act delays the formal finding of guilt as long as you complete certain conditions. Translating the legal…

Frightening costumes and terrifying haunted houses are not the only things that are scary when it comes to Halloween; drunk driving can also lead to a horrific evening.  Nationally, Halloween is a deadly night due to the high number of drunk drivers.  This is especially concerning when children prepare for a fun night of walking across streets…

Governor Kemp signed the “Hemp Farming Act” into law in May 2019. This legislation made it legal – under certain conditions – to grow and sale hemp. Since the bill went into effect, the prosecution of marijuana cases has become difficult to say the least. There are many counties in Georgia that elected to stop…

In the wake of numerous on-going investigations into the U.S. President, the concept of “executive privilege” has become the topic of discussion. The pundits often bring up this term but don’t explain what it encompasses. While the Trump Administration is rumored to be researching whether it can use executive privilege, it is by no means…

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