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McCranie Law Firm, Douglas Criminal & DUI Lawyer
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If you were given field sobriety tests and later charged with a DUI, an experienced Valdosta defense attorney can help you avoid the harshest criminal penalties. When you’re pulled over and an officer suspects you may be intoxicated, you may be given a…
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Driving Under the Influence (DUI) is a serious offense if you have a commercial license. Therefore, as a commercial driver, you need to be aware of the severe consequences of a CDL DUI conviction. In a worst-case scenario, you may be disqualified from…
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Marijuana laws in Georgia state that a drug possession charge involving less than an ounce of marijuana is a misdemeanor. Penalties may include: A Criminal Record – for the rest of your life Up to 12 Months in Jail Fines (up to $1,000 & court costs)…
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Mr. George McCranie was a great panelist/speaker at the annual Alpha Phi Sigma “AFTER THE DEGREE” program at VSU. Alpha Phi Sigma is the Criminal Justice Honor Society at Valdosta State University in Valdosta, Georgia. Alpha Phi Sigma hosts this event…
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Lights, Camera, Action… George McCranie, Georgia DUI & Criminal Defense Attorney, was recently seen on NBC, CBS, ABC and FOX news affiliates around the country as an expert guest on the TV show, America’s PremierExperts® George McCranie – Local DUI &…
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There are a few ways to make sure you get the right lawyer for your case – a skilled lawyer who will fight for your rights – so you’ll have the best chance of Winning! And, being a Criminal Defense Attorney in Georgia for OVER 20 years, I can offer you…
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Question: An 18-year-old got a speeding ticket on 4/1/17 100 in a 65 in another county. This was his first offense. He spent the night in jail, and there was a bond of $1,200.00. He paid the bond and then released. They said only option at the time was to…
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