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Keep Your Case in Municipal Court or Bind It Over to State or Superior Court?

Many traffic citations, DUI’s, and other misdemeanor crimes such as Shoplifting, Possession of Marijuana (Less than 1 oz.), and Criminal Trespass originate in the Municipal Court (or Probate Court) of whatever city where the alleged offense took place.

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Municipal Court of Atlanta's Pre Trial Intervention Program

Lots of people get traffic tickets in the City of Atlanta. And they all end up with a court date on Garnett Street unless the ticket is paid online, which is pleading guilty and usually a bad idea.

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The Factors that Affect the Outcome of Your Criminal Case

Many people charged with a criminal offense want to know: whats the likelihood or percent chance that outcome A or outcome B will happen? The law is not an exact science, and it is impossible for your attorney to put an exact percentage on certain outcomes.

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Should I Hire an Attorney for My Traffic Ticket?

It might seem illogical to hire an attorney for $500 to represent you to handle a ticket or citation that will cost you only several hundred dollars in fines. But let's consider the alternative.

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DUI Field Sobriety Evaluations

DUI investigations usually begin when you are initially detained by police. Most of the time, that is after being stopped at a roadblock, allegedly committing a traffic violation...

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Making Bail in Georgia

When you're arrested and sitting in jail, one of the first things you're usually thinking is How do I get out of here? Many felony offenses, such as murder, rape, armed robbery, and aggravated stalking require an appearance before a Superior Court Judge, who if you get any bail, and what amount that bail will be.

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Prior Bad Acts in DUI Cases

This past month, the Supreme Court of Georgia overruled the Court of Appeals in two cases that had almost completely prevented the State from introducing evidence of a defendant's prior DUI's at trial when charged with DUI.

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Misdemeanors/Felonies

These offenses can include jail or prison time, fines, community service, and/or probation

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