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Serving Georgia for More Than 35 Years
Serving Georgia for More Than 35 Years

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How serious is sexting?
Click on this article to find out how the law views sexting between two teens. Did you know that some teens could be charged with a felony for sending or possessing explicit images of another teen? Read through the article to learn about the potential legal implications this increasingly normal teen behavior can have.
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The signs of identity theft
Read this article to find out about some particular signs to watch out for that will put up a red flag that someone is trying to steal your identity. While the elderly are one of the most common targets for identity theft, anybody can be fair game for those who look to falsely use financial information. Learn to protect you credit card info and when to communicate with your bank if something does not seem right.
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Felony DUI in Georgia
Learn the ways in which a DUI could be increased from a misdemeanor to a felony in Georgia. For example, someone who is tasked with the safety of others – such as a school bus driver – may automatically face a felony charge. Read about the potential consequences associated with a felony DUI conviction.
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Breath tests, the Supreme Court and drunk driving in GA
This article is beneficial for anyone facing DUI charges in GA. It discusses a recent Supreme Court case as an example of the evolving nature of criminal law.
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Will Georgia Approve Stricter Sex Offender Restrictions?
Take a look at this article about a proposal to increase the restrictions that certain sex offenders in Georgia must comply with. The restrictions that the state imposes vary based on the date that each alleged offense occurred, and the new proposal would affect all people convicted of offenses that happened prior to June 4, 2003. Learn more about the proposed changes and their potential impact.
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Georgia scaling back some drug sentences
Take a look at this article about how Georgia lawmakers are reforming some of the state's harshest drug sentencing laws. Under the state's recidivist laws, minor nonviolent drug offenders previously faced disproportionately harsh sentences, including life without the possibility of parole. House Bill 328 is finally offering parole eligibility to some of those offenders. The law is part of a bipartisan effort taking place throughout the country designed to scale back overly harsh drug sentences.
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