July 2020 Archives

Annual campaign cracks down on traffic violations

According to Georgia police, there is less traffic on the road this summer than there has been in recent years. This may be partly due to business closures and travel restrictions that are affecting much of the nation. Drivers may assume that less traffic is a good thing, but an annual campaign to crack down on traffic violations aims to prove otherwise. 

Self medication and drug crimes

Mental health issues are an ongoing problem across the country, and many Georgia residents are among the thousands of Americans that are suffering without the benefit of medical treatment. Often, health care professionals can provide answers for the symptoms an individual is experiencing, but many people have trouble accessing applicable treatment options. A recent study focused on the different reasons that men and women turn to illegal drugs, which places them at risk of being charged with drug crimes

What you need to know about being detained by the police

Have you ever had to learn something, whether back in school, in the workforce or perhaps in real life settings, and figured at the time that you would never need that nugget of information? Then one day, lo and behold, that very thing that you learned that day literally saves your bacon because you remembered it.

Passenger charged with drug crimes

Being the passenger in another person's vehicle can lead to trouble. Even if a mistake on the part of the driver is what initially draws the attention of law enforcement officers, others in the vehicle may wind up facing charges if if they tried to help in an emergency situation. One Georgia woman recently learned this fact the hard way when she found herself facing charges for drug crimes

Tips for drama-free wills preparation

Parents often find themselves thinking about their growing family's future. When day-to-day life is hectic, it is common for parents to put off long-term projects that feel overwhelming because keeping up with day-to-day tasks is difficult enough. Serious matters like wills preparation might fall to the wayside because the mere thought of the drama and disagreements that might arise between family members is exhausting. Georgia parents may be able to breathe a bit easier with these simple estate planning tips

State police look out for traffic offenses

Summer is in full swing, and Georgia residents are making the most of it. For many, summer is a time to get out of the house and have some fun. Planning an excursion near or far requires a bit of planning, and people may get a bit frazzled trying to keep up with closures, weather and other details. Drivers should be aware that being well prepared can make or break plans, but trying to check on various details while driving may result in citations for traffic offenses

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