It started with a back injury at work. Your doctor put you on pain meds and the results were tremendous. You went back to work and started doing your daily activities again. The problem is, it's two years later and you're still taking the pain pills.
Georgia residents may already be enjoying the hustle and bustle of the 2018 holiday season. There is a lot to do this time of year, and many people are out and about. The holidays are traditionally accompanied by an increased amount of traffic, and local police are being trained to spot traffic violations.
In Georgia and across the country, the law takes accusations of violent behavior seriously. Domestic violence remains a particular concern. In cases where a person is accused of domestic violence, law enforcement has been known to arrested the suspect first, and then hash out the details later.
The holiday season is fast approaching, and stores across Georgia are becoming crowded with the annual flood of bargain hunters and gift shoppers. Sales meant to attract large numbers of shoppers can result in crowds and long lines. This time of year, there is usually a spike in accusations of shoplifting.
Both state and federal laws take a strong stance against the use and possession of illicit drugs, and Georgia readers know individuals convicted of this type of crime can face extensive time in jail. Charges related to drug crimes are serious, and they can affect a person's freedom and his or her future interests. Unfortunately, there may be some across the state who are facing these charges for a specific invalid reason -- a faulty drug test.