Criminal Defense Blog

Police officer giving a sobriety test

Just a few months ago, the Supreme Court of Georgia in Olevik v. State (No. S17A0738) decided that individuals have a Constitutional right to refuse a breath test when requested by police in a DUI investigation. Part of the problem is that the implied consent notice that officers must read suspects upon arrest for DUI tells the suspect that if ...

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dont believe courtroom myths infographic

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. If you have a court date coming up, or if...

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Attorney Kyle Jarzmik on a blank background

I’m Kyle Jarzmik, proud owner of Kyle Jarzmik Law. I hope that you will enjoy getting to know me better. Certainly, I look forward to spending this time with you. The part of my work...

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wooden gavel next to handcuffs

Ask for referrals. With so many criminal attorneys in Georgia, where should you start your search? A great place to kick-off your search is by asking other attorneys for a referral.

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