February 2017 Archives

Explore every option when facing charges for drug crimes

Facing any sort of criminal charges here in Georgia can have a profound effect on your personal and professional lives. For instance, when you are facing charges for drug crimes, a wide array of penalties could be levied upon you if you are convicted, since the offenses associated with drugs range from misdemeanors to felonies. Every option for a resolution to your situation should be explored since the criminal penalties could end up being the least of your worries.

A look at underage DUI in Georgia

Congress passed the National Minimum Legal Drinking Act back in 1984. The law established the legal drinking age at 21, and if states, including Georgia, wanted to continue to receive federal monies for road construction projects, they had to set their legal minimum age to drink at 21. Along with the implementation of the lawful drinking age, Georgia and other states enacted laws to deal with underage DUI.

Federal grand jury indicts six for theft of guns in 3 states

A federal grand jury in the Northern District of Georgia recently indicted six individuals accused of stealing guns in three states. The charges arise out of burglaries that resulted in the theft of approximately 129 guns that officials claim were later sold illegally. One of the men faces an additional charge of possessing a firearm as a felon, and four are also accused of being in possession of stolen firearms. 

Speeding tickets can do more damage than you think

Most Georgia residents run late periodically. While driving, you might exceed the speed limit in order to make up time. Depending on how much over the limit you were going, you might get pulled over by a police officer and given a speeding ticket. These things happen, and you might be tempted to just pay the ticket and move on, but that might be a mistake.

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