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Refusing a breathalyzer can be a bad decision

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In Georgia, a driver with a breath-alcohol concentration of 0.08% is presumed impaired, but the driver can still be arrested for DUI “less safe” with a […]

Don’t let an illegal search and seizure lead to your conviction

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A drug crime conviction can threaten to derail your life as you know it. It has the potential to hit you with jail or prison […]

What you need to know about the latest Supreme Court DUI ruling

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It can put you on edge if a law enforcement officer pulls you over for a suspected DUI. You may be unclear what your rights […]

What the Georgia Code says about theft

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When children are young, they generally learn that stealing is taking something that does not belong to them. The laws are not as straightforward, though, […]

The dilemma of defendants taking the stand

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In preparation for your criminal trial in Georgia, you will have to consider whether it is a smart idea to take the stand. The U.S […]

What should I know about Georgia gun laws?

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As a gun owner in Georgia, it’s crucial to remain fully compliant with all pertinent laws. Not only will this ensure you’re safe, it will […]

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