May 2020 Archives

Familiar face calls for changes to penalties for drug crimes

Georgia residents remember former governor Nathan Deal. Though his time serving the Peach State in public office has passed, he is still fighting for change on behalf of Georgia residents and the nation as a whole. He recently made headlines when he explained why he proposed changes to federal laws pertaining to the way drug crimes are prosecuted and penalized. 

Woman accused of shoplifting over $500 in merchandise

There are certain crimes that many people assume are not a big deal to have listed on their record. Often, if the crime was not one that involved violence, people accused assume that the impact on their life will be minimal. Unfortunately, that is not the case with many seemingly innocuous offenses. For example, shoplifting seems like a harmless crime, but it can still carry significant punishment with prosecution and have a long-lasting impact even after a person has served time. One woman here in Georgia may want to consider her strategy for criminal defense after she was arrested for shoplifting from a Target store.

Woman accused of theft demands attorney

Georgia residents may have shopped in a store that has a self-checkout lane, a small kiosk that allows a shopper to scan his or her own purchases rather than wait in line for a cashier. These registers usually provide prompts to make sure items ring up properly and a feature to call for help if an attendant is needed. Recently, one woman was accused of theft after using such a checkout lane. 

Police warn speeding tickets are still being issued

Georgia drivers are getting used to roads with less traffic since many schools, businesses and public buildings remain closed. Less traffic may seem like a silver lining, but drivers should pay extra close attention to the speed limit. Without a line of vehicles in front and behind, a driver may not realize he or she is speeding

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