August 2017 Archives

Do you have a good defense to the drug crimes you face?

Georgia law takes the possession, sale and manufacturing of drugs seriously. Prosecutors often use everything in their arsenals to either secure a conviction or convince you to plead guilty to some crime associated with your arrest. However, just because you were charged with drug crimes doesn't mean that you should take a deal or be convicted.

College students may face prescription drug charges

Whether a student likes to party or focuses on studying, attending one of Georgia's colleges or universities come with certain stressors. College students may not think twice about taking something to help them study, help them sleep or just for recreation. However, it could land them in trouble with the law and facing prescription drug charges.

Prison visitors end up under arrest for marijuana possession

Many Georgia residents have friends and loved ones who made mistakes for which they are paying by being incarcerated here in the state. Visiting them in prison may be part of their routines, so they become lax in ensuring that they meet all of the prison requirements for visitation. This may not result in arrests for most people, but for three people it recently resulted in arrests for alleged marijuana possession, among other charges.

Aggressive driving is a catch-all for many traffic offenses

Drive defensively. Drive assertively. Many Georgia drivers may have heard this kind of advice when they were first getting their driver's licenses. This can be good advice that may save your life as you travel Georgia's roadways. However, if you go past the line of assertive or defensive driving, you could cross over into aggressive driving.

Shoplifting charges filed against infamous thief

Documentary fans may know who Doris Payne is since she was the subject of a 2013 documentary about her life as a jewel thief. She allegedly stole several pieces of jewelry over the years. Even though she claims that she was able to steal more than she got caught, a simple case of shoplifting at a Walmart in the Atlanta area put her back in the spotlight.

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