June 2020 Archives

Marijuana possession: Time for a change?

With the nation in the midst of some tangible unrest, many states are considering various reformations to current laws and policies that it's residents, as a majority, feel are unfair. Georgia legislature will be looking at a bill that primarily focuses on law enforcement policies and procedures but also includes other issues, like changing the penalties for marijuana possession. The bill is called The Georgia Justice Act. 

Switching price tags is a form of shoplifting

You're walking around the Cumming WalMart and see a cute bathing suit in your size. You try it on and it's a great fit. But at $35, it's a little bit above your price range. You see a different suit, not nearly as cute or as well-made, with a $15.99 sale price tag on it.

Georgia drivers may need refresher to avoid traffic violations

Georgia residents couldn't be happier that things are opening back up just in time for summer to arrive. Over the past few months, drivers have gotten used to less traffic on the roads because many people only ventured out for essentials. Once again, there is plenty to see and do, and the streets are full of people anxious to get out of the house and have some fun. Drivers may want to refresh themselves on some safety tips to avoid traffic violations

Wills preparation is a job for a legal professional

Recent events may have given Georgia residents cause to pause and think about their need to make sure they have a last will and testament in place. Life is always uncertain, and the thought of leaving loved ones to deal with legal and financial matters upon passing is something no one wants to do. Wills preparation may seem like something to put off for another day, but making sure all the ducks are in a row is just a loving way to show children and family members that care has been taken on their behalves. 

Dozens of people in Georgia face charges for drug crimes

For their supposed part in a large-scale drug trafficking operation, 68 people in Georgia are facing a variety of criminal charges. State and federal authorities combined to form an Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force and have spent the past two years investigating drug trafficking across the state. Those individuals caught up in the sweep stand accused of a range of drug crimes, including conspiracy, distribution of controlled substances and possession with intent to distribute controlled substances, as well as charges related to firearms violations and more.

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