Cell phone recordings have exposed police misconduct including false arrests, unconstitutional searches, and even murder. Despite this, many of us are afraid to record the police, especially considering their ability to avoid accountability. This blog helps you understand your right to record the … [Read more...] about Can I Record the Police?
The latest Social Media Apps and the popularity of smart phones make it easier than ever for sexual messages & child pornography to find their way to our devices & the devices of our loved ones. As a result, Georgia law includes severe punishments for unlawful communications or media found … [Read more...] about Child Pornography and Sexting in Georgia
The State of Georgia has its fair share of national headlines for its history of abusive prosecutions of Statutory Rape, but how can these laws impact you? Accusations of sexual crimes can lead to life-altering penalties including prison time & registration on the sex-offender registry. Your … [Read more...] about Statutory Rape & The Age of Consent
In courtrooms across the State of Georgia, people accused of committing a crime are often asked by the judge or prosecutor: "Are you pleading guilty to the charges?" When you rightfully answer NO, you may be alarmed to hear the judge set your case for a jury trial. Being placed on a jury trial … [Read more...] about My Judge Told Me to Be Ready for Jury Trial. What Does This Mean?