The possession of any amount of drugs can be considered a felony in the State of Georgia. However, the amount of drugs involved can make a simple possession case turn into something much more serious. While there are multiple reasons our communities can benefit from relaxing oppressive drug laws, … [Read more...] about Is possession of drugs a felony 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
According to The First Offender Act, a criminal defendant can be exonerated of guilt and discharged as a matter of law despite being guilty. However, it is very important that you know when and why to use the First Offender Act. Because of the risks and rewards associated with this law, you should … [Read more...] about What is the First Offender Act and How Can It Protect My Record?
Numerous reports have exposed probation as an unnecessary and wasteful trap. Many experts agree that probation allows the court system to enforce an unbreakable cycle of recidivism and poverty. Probation can have serious impacts on your ability to seek employment, housing, financial aid, or join the … [Read more...] about Can I Terminate My Probation Early?