Scenario: You are suspected to have some involvement in a criminal investigation. A police detective calls or confronts you to obtain information about the incident; they just want to talk. What is on the line when you talk to the police? A police detective wants you to tell him everything you know. The problem for…

Why should you be concerned about your criminal record? A criminal record can negatively affect many aspects of your life such as employment opportunities, buying a home, adopting a child, voting rights, immigration status, licensing and many more. 1 in 3 people in the State of Georgia have a criminal record and 1 in 13…

Using electronic devices while driving in Georgia: Effective July 1, 2010, a new Georgia law prohibits all drivers from using cell phones, laptops, and other electronic devices for text messaging, sending instant messages, e-mails or accessing the Internet while driving a motor vehicle. Additionally, the law forbids drivers age 17 and younger from talking on…

On January 1, 2010, the Georgia Legislature passed the ‘Super Speeder’ Law.  Since most laws are confusing and subject to interpretation, here are the nuts and bolts of the ‘Super Speeder’ Law, and an explanation of what it means for any person who drives in Georgia. Who is a Super Speeder? Anyone who drives on…

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