September 2017 Archives

Driving home the point about the seriousness of traffic offenses

Like other Georgia residents, you may have an infraction or two on your driving record. Perhaps you were ticketed for driving over 15 mph above the speed limit or for failing to come to a complete stop at a stop sign. Maybe the traffic offenses are more serious and include something like passing a school bus when it was stopped.

Several face charges for drug crimes after traffic stop

Georgia law enforcement officials often rely on traffic stops to discover illegal activity. Charges for drug crimes, impairment and other criminal activity often result from what starts out as a seemingly innocent stop. Under any circumstances, any individuals placed under arrest on the side of the road still have the right to contest any charges they face, particularly since the procedures used in some traffic stops do not comply with current laws.

Should prescription drug charges always lead to jail time?

Georgia takes crimes involving controlled substances seriously. You could even face prescription drug charges if you are found with too many of them. The question is, however, whether you should face criminal penalties such as jail time and fines or should you be given the opportunity to seek help with an addiction?

What can affect the accuracy of a Breathalyzer test?

Georgia criminal law judges know that Breathalyzer test results are not always accurate. Criminal defense lawyers know this, too. As such, if your drunk driving allegations hinge upon the accuracy of your Breathalyzer test results, your criminal lawyer will likely try to show why your test results may not be accurate.

Challenging criminal traffic offenses in Georgia

School has started up again here in Georgia as it has across the country. This means school buses will be making their morning and afternoon routes. If you fail to stop when a bus puts out its stop sign or flashes its lights, you could find yourself facing charges for one of the state's criminal traffic offenses.

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