April 2020 Archives

Trio charged with theft, but was treatment fair?

When news media covers a story in which a group of people have been charged in a crime, the article may leave more questions than answers. Sometimes, law enforcement is still investigating and a news source has only limited information, like names, ages and what a person was charged with. Obviously there is much more to the story, and a recent article about an alleged theft in Georgia raises valid questions about what details may be missing from the coverage. 

Wills preparation during a crisis

Georgia residents are taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously, but it can be difficult to find accurate answers to important questions. People must stay up-to-date about a wide range of topics, and regulations vary by state and may change daily. An average adult may have to get used to business closures, limited hours and shortages at stores, not to mention their children trying to finish the school year online. The serious health risk has also led to a surge in people needing information about wills preparation, and many are confused by search results. 

Rapper Playboi Carti charged with drug possession in Georgia

When individuals are pulled over by law enforcement officers, they often feel as if they must comply with any request that the officer's make. However, they have certain rights. For example, a person does not have to give a law enforcement official permission to search his or her vehicle, but many people may be unaware of these rights. In fact, rapper Playboi Carti is likely wondering if his rights were violated in the events leading up to his recent arrest in Georgia and subsequent criminal charges, including drug possession.

Charges related to drug crimes can carry serious consequences

Perhaps it started with Georgia law enforcement banging on the door, or it may have started with flashing lights in the rear view mirror. Regardless of how it began, the feeling of dread is often the same. Law enforcement officers apparently concluded that something illegal has occurred, and they are intent upon finding out. Depending upon the situation, these events may lead to the individual being charged with one or more drug crimes.

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