July 2018 Archives

Suspect charged with violent crimes at church

Georgia residents would probably agree that, when life gets stressful, it is helpful to have a community of understanding people to lend an ear to their troubles. One place many find solace and compassion is their local church. A church probably feels like a safe place to vent frustrations and tell one's side of a story without fear of judgement. Unfortunately, as one man recently learned, becoming emotional at church can lead to being accused of violent crimes.

Arraignment scheduled for man accused of theft in Georgia

Many Georgia residents choose to purchase or sell vehicles through means that are not associated in any way with official car dealerships. Some say selling or buying is a much simpler process when car dealers are not involved. Others, however, prefer the security of getting everything in writing and signed through a legitimate, licensed business. One thing is certain: if a person sells another person a car and receives payment for such, he or she should definitely make sure the buyer gains possession of the vehicle or else risk theft charges.

Underage DUI lands friend in intensive care

Georgia parents are all too aware of how stressful it is raising teenagers. As young adults, teens are learning to become responsible members of society, but there are many bumps along the road. Teens sometimes do not understand that their actions can have serious consequences, or that one poor choice can potentially affect the rest of their life, and the lives of others. One possible concern for parents with teen drivers is the risks associated with an underage DUI

New law aims to help victims escape family violence

Georgia families probably know that violent crime has become an epidemic nationwide. Family violence can affect victims for decades to come. When a victim chooses to seek help, or someone seeks help on his or her behalf, they may worry that escaping the abuse entirely is impossible. Recently, the state has taken steps to help. 

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