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Defense actions against a drug crime charge

Nothing is worse than being accused of something that you did not commit. Whether you are at the wrong place at the wrong time or were misidentified as part of the alleged crime, drug crimes are serious offenses and are treated as such. Thus, those accused of such a crime may not have to suffer the consequences associated with it. If a defendant did not in fact commit the alleged crime, he or she is able to assert a legal defense.

Domestic violence increases during holidays but reports decrease

It might be the most wonderful time of the year, but the holiday season has an ability to bring out the worst in some. Although it is the time of togetherness and spending quality time with family, it is also a time where disagreements are more likely to occur.

Helping to understand conspiracy charges

While criminal charges require some element that proves the accused broke the law, not all crimes are based on the same elements. Additionally, not all crimes can be charged if an individual is accused of the crime. For example, in order to face a criminal conspiracy charge, two or more people must be a part of the presumed illegal act.

Numerous factors can impact BAC levels

Going out for drinks is an enjoyable way to pass the time for many people. You and your friends or loved ones can chat and catch up over some beer, wine, whiskey or other alcoholic beverages of your choice. You could have such a good time that you may attribute your feelings of happiness and lack of inhibition to the company of your friends rather than the drinks you consumed.

Domestic violence and protecting your rights

While the holidays are considered a joyful time and a time of togetherness, this is not the case for all families and individuals in Georgia and elsewhere. For some, spending time with family members sparks negative thoughts and emotions. This in turn could evolve into an argument.

What is considered to be a bribe?

We all want to get our way and experience favorable outcomes as much as possible. This often causes individuals to take additional steps to ensure that this course takes place. While this could be a valid and legal step to take in some cases, in others, it could be considered illegal. When an individual seeks to influence a government or public official or employee by providing gifts or money, this is considered bribery if it is in exchange for favorable treatment. Such conduct could result in a bribery charge.

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