Cleaning a criminal record with an Expungement can help you get improved employment opportunities and access to housing. However, the process can be complicated and filled with various legal nuances. Hire an experienced attorney who understands how to navigate the criminal justice system In Atlanta, so you can make sure your rights are well protected and your criminal record is properly expunged.
Being charged with a drug-related crime can lead to fines, jail time, and even probation time. It doesn't matter if you are charged with possession of small amounts of drugs, or with drug trafficking you need to get legal representation from an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney.
Hosting a party for your teenagers at your home can help you to keep an eye on them while they celebrate with their friends, but it is important to consider the type of activities that they may partake in. If you decide to allow underage drinking or drugs at your home you could be held liable for your guests' actions like Drunk Drinking, and Drug Possession. Follow these recommendations to avoid being charged with a Negligent Act.
A DUI is the most complicated case to prosecute, and to defend. There are usually several cases wrapped up inside every DUI case and if you are charged with a DUI you need to know how each of these matters works.
Gun violence has brought attention to gun laws all over the United States and the state of Georgia is no exception. Recently, Gun Gov. Brian Kemp signed Senate Bill 319 into law, known as the “constitutional carry” bill. This law goes into effect July 1st, 2022. Here's what you need to know.
If you are charged with operating a motor vehicle while you are under the influence of alcohol, you will be charged with a DUI. Here's what you need to know if this is your first offense and you are over 21.
The attorney-client privilege: This legal protection helps keep communications between lawyers and their clients confidential. However, there are limits to what it can conceal. In this blog post, we will discuss the limitations of attorney-client privilege and how it affects criminal cases.