These days, most adults have come to rely on a smartphone or similar device to assist with daily tasks. Certainly handy, a few clicks and swipes can pay a bill or allow the user to check in with friends, find directions and even order takeout. These devices may now seem like second nature, and some people may not realize that using one while driving is not only dangerous, but can result in tickets for traffic offenses in Georgia.
Most Georgia shoppers have probably been to a Walmart. The retail giant has locations all over the United States, and for many, it is an affordable one-stop shop. The busy stores also attract people planning to commit theft, according to local police.
Three individuals accused of trying to smuggle almost 100 pounds of marijuana have been arrested, according to local police. Georgia police responded to a call at Atlanta International Airport, and are now holding all three individuals on charges including drug possession and trafficking. So far, no court date has been announced for any of the three individuals who have been so charged.
Georgia voters were successful in getting the ball rolling on the state's medical marijuana program. Though many rejoiced at the passing of new, long-awaited laws that will allow patients to have ready access to the medicine, patients should not celebrate just yet. It has come to light that the process is still years in the making, and in the meantime, a patient can still be charged with marijuana possession.
Georgia is a beautiful state and features both bustling urban urban cities and sprawling agricultural areas. The Peach State certainly has its share of ranchers and farmers, and other people who cherish the country life. For many of these families, worldly assets may be in the form of property or a thriving business, such as a family farm. In these circumstances, trust preparation is key.