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Blood DUI Testing

Blood tests are one of several ways – including urine, breath, and field sobriety tests–that a police officer can check to see if a driver is driving under the influence. Georgia law treats chemical tests–or blood, urine, and breath tests – differently than field sobriety tests. Keep reading to learn more about blood tests, whether …

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Administrative License Suspension Hearing

If you have been arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) in Georgia, you may have received an Administrative License Suspension (ALS) notice. An ALS hearing is critical to your defense and can significantly impact your driving privileges. Keep reading to learn more about what ALS hearings are, their importance, and how to navigate this …

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Understanding the Attorney-Client Privilege

Facing criminal charges can be scary. As a defendant, it is important to know your rights, especially when it comes to the attorney-client privilege. The attorney-client privilege is a safeguard and keeps your conversations with your lawyer private.This blog will explore the attorney-client privilege, why it matters, and how it can help you during your …

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Georgia False Imprisonment

If you are facing allegations of false imprisonment in Georgia, it is important to have a clear understanding of the laws surrounding the offense, your rights, and available defenses. This article will provide valuable information regarding false imprisonment in Georgia, including legal definitions, elements of the offense, potential penalties, and potential defenses. By being well-informed, …

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7 Things to Do If You Are Charged with a Felony in Georgia

As soon as you know of the felony charges against you, it is essential to protect your rights. Remember these key points: 1. Remain Silent Exercise your right to remain silent and avoid making statements to the police or other law enforcement officials until you have an attorney present. Anything you say can be used …

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First Offender and Drug Cases in Georgia

Many people seeking help from a criminal defense attorney have never been charged with a crime before. Under Georgia criminal law, people who fall into this category are called “first-offenders.” Understandably, people want to know if they can receive lighter punishments if they qualify as “first-offenders.” Keep reading to learn about first-offender treatment in Georgia …

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