February 2020 Archives

Fines may double for some traffic offenses

Georgia lawmakers are contemplating some changes regarding laws intended to keep motorists safe. In recent years, distracted driving has been a major issue on roadways nationwide. As far as traffic offenses go, distracted driving may not sound particularly egregious, but experts warn that the consequences can be deadly. 

Teens may ignore the risks of criminal activity

When teenagers get accused of crimes, parents often ask themselves how it could have happened. They don't understand why their child made these decisions and choices. It's perplexing to them because there is a clear risk and they understand how the actions can derail the child's future.

Wills preparation the right way can reduce complications

Thinking about the future is not easy, and people often put off the estate planning process because they believe it is not necessary for their stage in life. However, planning for the future is important for Georgia adults of all ages, but it's just as important that it be done the right way. Mistakes and errors in the wills preparation process can lead to complications and issues for heirs and beneficiaries when trying to settle the estate.

Wanted for shoplifting? You may want an attorney

When Georgia police suspect that a person has committed a crime in the Peach State, it is not unusual for law enforcement to reach out to the public for help. Often, news outlets ask for the public's help identifying a suspect or getting information about an incident. While this is certainly helpful for investigative purposes, news stories may lack detail or not provide a follow-up. Anyone that stands accused of a crime like shoplifting may personally suffer if he or she did not actually commit a crime. 

Speeding ticket cheating scandal?

Traffic patrol officers are tasked with keeping a vigilant watch over Georgia roadways. When officers spot a driver breaking the law, it is not unusual for the driver to receive a warning or citation. With so many cars on the road, it can be difficult to spot violations like speeding, and officers have to rely on their training to determine how to handle a given situation. 

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