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November 2018 Archives

Alcohol and driving can result in the need for a DUI defense

A conviction for DUI in Georgia can come with stiff penalties. Fines for a first offense can be as high as $1,000 and subsequent offenses can carry fines of up to $5,000 as well as community service or jail time. A person facing charges for DUI may have a need for a DUI defense.

Is possession of drug paraphernalia a crime?

You may not be aware, but did you know you could be charged with a criminal offense relating to drugs even if you do not have any drugs on you? How is this possible? Under Georgia’s drug laws, possessing drug paraphernalia is grounds for criminal charges. You could be facing a misdemeanor offense if you are caught with drug paraphernalia, regardless if you have actual drugs. 

Juvenile crimes involved in recent carjacking

Anyone can be subject to peer pressure. Teens are particularly susceptible and when crime is involved it can having devastating consequences in Georgia. An incident involving a stolen vehicle near Tucker is a recent incident. Three men, one a juvenile, were involved in the incident that led to charges of juvenile crimes.

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