Evidence in a DUI Case

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Evidence in a DUI Case

September 20th, 2021

Georgia laws take driving under the influence (DUI) cases very seriously, though a prosecutor must provide sufficient evidence to prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt to secure a conviction. You should always have help from a Greensboro DUI defense attorney who can challenge the evidence against you. Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) The most concrete […]

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Choosing Your Power of Attorney

August 29th, 2021

When you give someone power of attorney, they will have a tremendous amount of power and responsibility. Essentially, they can make decisions in your stead. Here is what you should look for when choosing someone to give power of attorney. Capacity and Acumen The biggest question is whether the person has the capacity and expertise […]

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Long-Term Effects of a Criminal Conviction

July 7th, 2021

If you are charged with a relatively minor crime, you might not think that pleading guilty and accepting the punishment is such a big deal. After all, you might pay fines and serve probation, but you might not be concerned since you do not have to go to jail. However, most people do not recognize […]

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Complex Property Issues in a Divorce

May 10th, 2021

No two divorces are alike, and the amount and type of assets you own can have a significant impact on how complicated your divorce is. For example, a relatively young couple that does not have much may be able to get divorced in a matter of weeks and without the help of legal counsel. On […]

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Common Arrests Over Spring Break

April 1st, 2021

Many people decided to travel for spring break this year, as more and more businesses keep opening. When young adults go on trips together – often with little or no supervision – many issues can arise. Unfortunately, many people have their spring break vacations disrupted by arrests that can happen for different reasons. Some of […]

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Should You Make Your Own Will?

March 10th, 2021

Every adult should have a last will and testament and, in fact, minors as young as 14 can draft a legal will in Georgia. When it comes time to complete a will, where do you start? Do you need a lawyer’s assistance? Can you just get a form from the internet and make your own […]

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Can You Get an Annulment?

January 11th, 2021

Many people wonder if they can get an annulment instead of a divorce to end their marriage. What is the difference? Do you qualify? It is important to note that civil annulments under the law are separate from annulments granted by a church. While a divorce legally dissolves a marriage, an annulment is a legal […]

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Should You Make Your Own Will?

January 10th, 2021

Every adult should have a last will and testament and, in fact, minors as young as 14 can draft a legal will in Georgia. When it comes time to complete a will, where do you start? Do you need a lawyer’s assistance? Can you just get a form from the internet and make your own […]

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Common Crimes During the Holiday Season

November 19th, 2020

The holidays are generally associated with family gatherings and good cheer, but not everyone has an enjoyable holiday season. Some people have their holidays disrupted by arrests and criminal allegations. While no criminal activity suddenly stops from Thanksgiving to New Year’s, there are certain offenses that might increase during this time. DUI Alcoholic beverages are […]

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Estate Planning Changes When You are Seeking a Divorce

October 7th, 2020

If you are involved in a pending divorce, you already have a lot of legal concerns on your mind. You might be regularly meeting with your attorney, sending in documents, attending mediation sessions, or even going to court hearings. The last thing you want is to address other legal issues that might not seem as […]

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