March 2015 Archives

Early morning shooting may lead to criminal charges

Visiting a restaurant or bar for a night out is a weekend staple for many. Fun, food and laughs are the order of the day. What is not on the menu is an assault or battery. Unfortunately, a Georgia woman was the victim of an attack during a night out.

St Patrick's Day sparks push to prevent drunk driving

St. Patrick's Day 2015 is almost here. This is a time when Americans of Irish and non-Irish decent celebrate Irish culture. Georgia residents will be wearing green while attending parades and events. For some, the celebration will also include a drink or two. The Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety is urging discretion during this year's holiday.

Charges filed in February murder of Smyrna man

On February 25, 2015, a man from Smyrna, Georgia, lost his life. After an investigation, police believe that the murder occurred during the course of a robbery attempt. Four individuals were recently charged with this man's murder.

What is vandalism of a house of worship?

The Easter season is almost here. For many it marks the start of spring. A time for bunny rabbits and Easter egg hunts. For others it is a religious holiday marked with a variety of services at their chosen place of worship. Believers respect their house of worship and expect that the law will also respect these places.

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