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Georgia's New Hands Free Law

Beginning on July 1, 2018, an important new law will go in to effect in Georgia. Like more and more other states around the United States, Georgia will implement a new "hands free law" for its drivers.

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DUI Court: Is It Right for You?

There has been a recent trend in the criminal justice system for those people charged with drug and alcohol related crimes who have substance abuse issues to use treatment as an alternative to incarceration or jail time.

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Understanding Georgia's Court Systems for Your Traffic Ticket

Understanding how the court system in Georgia is structured can be helpful to why your case is where it is and what your options are to resolve your traffic citation.

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Ways to Avoid a Criminal Conviction on Your Record, Including Pre-Trial Diversion, First Offender, and Conditional Discharge.

A criminal conviction can have negative consequences on someone's record for many years. There are several ways to avoid a conviction in Georgia for some offenses in certain situations, and it's important to know the options for each individual case.

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Dealing with Medicare or Medicaid in Your Personal Injury Case

If you're a recipient of Medicare or Medicaid and you were injured due to the negligence of someone else, you should use that coverage to treat your injuries.

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Alternative to Record Restriction/Expungement

Many people call attorneys in hopes of assistance in getting a criminal arrest or conviction "expunged" or restricted from their record. The word "expungement" no longer exists in Georgia law, as the proper term is "record restriction."

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Health Insurance in Your Personal Injury Case

Some people are afraid to use their health insurance to pay for medical treatment to treat injuries from a car wreck or other personal injury case. You pay health insurance for when you get sick or injured, so use it!

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Busted! Don't Believe These Courtroom Myths!

If you’re faced with a situation that requires you to be in a courtroom for any reason, it’s important to be both objective, and optimistic when the time comes.

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New Changes to Law for Driver's License Suspensions in DUI Cases

The Georgia legislature passed new laws that went in to effect on July 1, 2017 that significantly change the options and procedures for an administrative license suspension stemming from a DUI arrest.

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Top Five Things to Look for When Hiring a Criminal Defense Lawyer

Being charged with a criminal offense can be stressful especially when convicted of a crime that you didn’t commit. The severity of the charges can range from traffic offenses including DUI (Driving under the influence), speeding, driving with a suspended or no license...

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