July 2017 Archives

Georgia man faces charges for more than just drug possession

Where Georgia police departments are concerned, traffic stops often provide officers with a chance to identify individuals who may have committed crimes. When speaking with a driver, they look for details that may provide probable cause to conduct a search or further detain the driver, such as signs of impairment, objects lying in plain view in the vehicle and even smells of alcohol or certain drugs. It is this last circumstance that led officers to take a man into custody on charges that included drug possession, among others.

Family violence shocks one Georgia community

One Georgia community is in shock after a mother was accused of stabbing her husband and five children. Family violence often comes as a surprise to neighbors who may have watched the children play or otherwise seen the family members together. Many people tend to question what drives a person to violence against those they love.

Prescription drug charges could jeopardize your college career

Most Georgia college students would agree that college can be tough. The stress of taking tests, studying and socializing can be overwhelming. You may get desperate enough to buy prescription medications to help you stay awake, concentrate or relax and escape for a while. Somehow, you got onto the radar of law enforcement officials. Now, you find yourself having to tell your parents that you were arrested on prescription drug charges.

Underage drinking in Georgia: Here's what you need to know

There are a lot of people who drink alcohol in the world, and the state of Georgia is no exception. In fact, it doesn't seem to matter if you're a legal adult or under the age of 18, you may find yourself drawn to possessing and drinking an alcoholic beverage -- even if it means you're breaking the law.

Alcohol and your teenager's future just don't mix

Teenagers here in Atlanta and across the country will attend parties with their friends this summer. Unless you host the party yourself, you have no guarantee that alcohol will not be available at the parties that your teen attends. If a teenager ends up somehow crossing paths with law enforcement and is accused of an alcohol-related crime, it could jeopardize his or her future.

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