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Sixth Suspect in Kidnapping Case Arrested in Atlanta

Federal authorities in cooperation with local law enforcement in Atlanta recently took a sixth suspect into custody in connection with the kidnapping of a prosecutor's father in early April.

Man Charged with Manslaughter after Fatal Brawl

A 23-year-old Atlanta man was recently arrested and charged with involuntary manslaughter after a late night brawl resulted in the death of a 36-year-old man.

Georgia Law Restricting Pain Clinics

A law which makes changes to Georgia’s pain clinic operations will go into effect on July 1 of this year.

Implied Consent under Georgia Law

Section 40-5-55 of Georgia law describes the legal concept of “implied consent.”

Georgia Man Accused of Embezzling Public Funds

The former assistant controller for a hospital in Atlanta was indicted for embezzlement this week.

Georgia Drug Trafficking Group Arrested

A drug trafficking group consisting of nine people were recently arrested and charged in Fitzgerald, Georgia.

Changes in Georgia Law for Drug Offenders

Georgia’s governor has recently signed into law new legislation aimed at reducing some of the economic burden of the state’s enormous prison system for Georgia taxpayers.

Shoplifting in Georgia

Stealing goods valued at less than $300 through an act of shoplifting will result in a misdemeanor charge in Georgia. Stealing goods valued above $300 through shoplifting will lead to a felony charge.

Methamphetamine Drug Crimes

The distribution and abuse of methamphetamine has become an increasing problem in the U.S. This drug is a brain stimulant that is highly addictive.

Georgia License Suspensions and Revocations

In the state of Georgia, you can lose your driving privileges in three ways. Your license application can be canceled by the Department of Driver Services if you fail to provide correct information or ...

Georgia’s New Smash and Grab Act

In the summer of 2010, the Georgia legislature passed new laws against theft crimes commonly referred to as “smash and grab.” These types of thefts involve smashing windows, doors, or display cases to ...

Don’t Point that Unloaded Gun in Georgia

In Georgia, if you point an unloaded gun at another person, you can be charged with a criminal offense.

Domestic Violence Charges in Georgia

Domestic violence, otherwise known as family violence in Georgia courts, begins with the arrest of a person alleged to have committed some type of violent act against an intimate partner or family ...

Have You Been Accused of Domestic Violence?

The term domestic violence refers to a broad spectrum of violent and non-violent forms of abuse within members of a family, household or interpersonal relationship.

About DUI Charges in Atlanta

One of the most commonly and harshly convicted crimes in Georgia is driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs.

Domestic Violence Cases in Georgia

In Georgia, domestic violence is defined as an offense by one member of a household against another.

What Are Drug Courts and What Do They Do?

Drug courts in Georgia are those which are given the job of handling cases involving drug-users to help them change their destructive behavior.

Drug Crimes and Their Consequences

Drug crime charges are extremely serious in the state of Georgia, and depending on the type of drug, and what you intended to use it for, you could be facing heavy fines and a long prison sentence.

Prostitution in Georgia

Prostitution has been around for centuries, and it remains one of the oldest professions of all times. People’s views on prostitution have been divided, much as the current debate on medical ...

Atlanta Officer Faces DUI and Drug Charges

After being pulled over on February 3rd in Cobb County, APD Investigator Bennie Bridges is suspended without pay, the Atlanta Examiner reports.
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