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Richard A. Grossman, Trial Attorney
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Fascinating Ted talk...what if we just didn't "need" prisons?
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If you are facing criminal charges, look for an attorney who has a great deal of experience in criminal law. Find out how many bench trials and jury trials he has litigated in the past few months. Ask if he has defended the type of charge you face. How many times. Ask him to outline possible defenses.
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While you may want to go to court on your own to face the music, you risk being arrested on the spot if there is an outstanding warrant. Always see a lawyer first!
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Every state has them...Dumb Laws. Here's one in Georgia you may not know...It is illegal to carry an ice cream cone in your back pocket if it's Sunday. Say what?? Do you know of any dumb laws in your town or city?
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If you were arrested and charged with a gun crime, you should not leave your future and your freedom up to the prosecutor and the courts. You will have a greater chance of a favorable resolution with an attorney on your side who knows the law, knows the system, and knows how to fight firearm charges.
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Will lack of promotion translate to a reduction in the number of scripts written?
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Not all cases of medicaid and medicare fraud happen because a doctor or medical facility is looking to make dishonest income. It can also happen as a result of honest mistakes. Less experienced medical billing staff may make some unwitting mistakes. A compassionate team is often eager to find ways to help their patients afford care. Some care providers may not be up-to-date on the latest billing standards and order certain tests and procedures per their routine.
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Under Georgia Law, statutory rape is defined as sexual intercourse with a person less than 16 years of age. It is important to note that the statue does not require evidence of force or lack of consent to prosecute for statutory rape. In addition, the Georgia law can also convict a person of statutory rape even if he or she did not have knowledge of the victim’s age or if the victim lied about their age. Under this law, a person under 16 does not have the legal capacity to consent to sex.
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"Cobb County has put a tenth of the 59 men on Georgia’s death row in that position of being killed by the state."
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