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Georgia DUI Penalties and Fines

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Georgia is known for having some of the strictest DUI laws and penalties in the country. Even with the severe consequences, DUI is still one of the most common offenses in the state. It is extremely risky to drink and drive in Carrollton, LaGrange or Columbus. If you are charged with DUI, you will face […]

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Physical and Legal Child Custody in Georgia

Going through a divorce is one of the most challenging and stressful times in life. When you are a parent, your stress increases as you worry about the impact of the divorce on your children. Today, both mothers and fathers have rights and responsibilities for their children in a divorce. Therefore, it is helpful to […]

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Resolving Disputes in a Divorce

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Going through a divorce is one of the most stressful things life can offer you. Even an amicable relationship with your spouse can go off the rails, especially when finances and children are involved. Disputes are a standard part of divorce and, if they get out of hand, can cause the divorce process to become […]

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What to Expect at a Bond Hearing

LaGrange Ga Criminal Defense Attorney

When you are arrested on criminal charges in Georgia, you are entitled to a bail bond hearing. The judge will determine if a bond is necessary and the amount you must post. The bond hearing typically takes place immediately following your arrest. During the hearing, you will be read the official charges against you, and […]

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Theft by Taking vs. Deception in Georgia

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Under Georgia law, there are several different types of theft offenses. Each criminal offense has different elements that must be proved by the prosecutor (i.e., the state of Georgia) in order to successfully get a conviction. These offenses include theft of services, theft by shoplifting, theft by extortion, theft by conversion, and theft of lost […]

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Understanding Georgia Alimony Law

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Most of the general population may not know this, but the state of Georgia allows for more than a dozen grounds for divorce under the law. One of the 13 grounds for divorce is referred to as irretrievably broken – commonly known as a “no-fault” ground – while the remaining 12 grounds for divorce in […]

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