August 2017 Archives

Helping you assert a defense against drug charges

Whether it is you or a loved one, facing a criminal charge for a drug crime has the ability to seriously impact the reputation and personal life of an individual. This means that even mere allegations could tarnish the life of the accused as well as their loved ones. Because of this, it is imperative that accused offenders in Georgia understand their circumstances and the options available to them. Taking timely action could have a major impact on their life as well as their future.

Can I lose my right to own a gun after a domestic assault case?

Although domestic abuse really is a horrible thing, the reality is that many residents of Gwinnett County and those who live in other parts of the Atlanta metro area wind up getting accused of it. Many times, tempers can flare within the home and, before one knows it, police are at the door.

What types of evidence may go into a DUI charge?

Whenever a person has criminal allegations brought against him or her, the details and evidence differs from case to case. Therefore, numerous elements often need to go into consideration before authorities bring charges against you. The type of information that police need to gather may depend on the exact type of situation that has taken place.

How 'constructive possession' lands people in trouble

Many people who live in Gwinnett County recognize that actually having a controlled substance on their person without having a valid prescription for it can land a person in court and facing drug charges. Some people, particularly younger people who like to attend parties where drugs get used, might get caught off guard by the concept that police in Georgia can also arrest someone and ask for charges based on the "constructive possession" of drugs.

We help defend against drunk driving charges

As a previous post on this blog covering a recent arrest of a pop star in Georgia on suspicion of DUI stated, not every drunk driving case is one that a person is going to want to just enter a quick plea of guilty and the move on with life. For one, even a first time DUI with no special circumstances can lead to serious and far-ranging consequences.

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