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May 2017

Consequences For Not Paying Child Support in Georgia

2017-05-31T03:44:19+00:00

Not Paying Child Support in Georgia In Georgia, any custodial parent or caretaker has the right to file for child support. Once the court determines the appropriate division of expenses, the noncustodial parent will be ordered to pay a specific amount, usually on a monthly or biweekly basis. Unfortunately, sometimes additional effort is necessary to [...]

Consequences For Not Paying Child Support in Georgia 2017-05-31T03:44:19+00:00

What You Need To Know About Alimony in Georgia

2017-05-25T04:47:06+00:00

Alimony negotiations can be one of the most difficult parts of divorce proceedings. If you are going through a divorce in Georgia, it is important to be informed about the process before you get started. You will want to understand what the court will be looking at when determining what financial support is required, the [...]

What You Need To Know About Alimony in Georgia 2017-05-25T04:47:06+00:00

What Special Rules Apply To Juvenile DUIs?

2017-05-16T05:46:12+00:00

For a minor in Georgia, a DUI arrest can quickly turn the world on its head. The state of Georgia has a “zero tolerance” policy regarding juvenile DUI. Consequences are harsh, even for a first time offender, and there are special rules that apply to under 21 DUI that are even more rigid than Georgia’s [...]

What Special Rules Apply To Juvenile DUIs? 2017-05-16T05:46:12+00:00

Child Custody Laws in Georgia

2017-05-16T05:42:05+00:00

Child Custody in Georgia Family courts in Georgia will primarily consider the best interest of the child when making custody decisions. Whatever the judge decides is best for the child will overrule the preference of either parent. The state considers each custody case individually, and there are many factors that the judge will look into [...]

Child Custody Laws in Georgia 2017-05-16T05:42:05+00:00

Georgia Drug Laws

2017-05-10T02:52:55+00:00

Drug Laws in Georgia Georgia’s drug laws are notoriously tough, carrying harsh penalties for drug offenders. Penalties may include jail time, fines, community service, forfeiture of property, probation and suspended driver’s license. The severity of the punishment for drug offenders varies depending on criminal history, the schedule classification of the drug in question, and the [...]

Georgia Drug Laws 2017-05-10T02:52:55+00:00

What To Do When Your Child Is Arrested For Possession

2017-05-02T00:29:16+00:00

Juvenile Arrested for Possession Every parent wants what is best for their child, but sometimes difficult situations arise. When their child is arrested for drug possession, many parents do not know how to react. Drug and alcohol-related offenses are serious crimes, and even substances that are legal for adults to possess can carry heavy penalties [...]

What To Do When Your Child Is Arrested For Possession 2017-05-02T00:29:16+00:00

April 2017

What Does Too Fast For Conditions Mean?

2017-05-01T22:52:52+00:00

In order to maintain safety on the roads, there are a number of traffic violations that drivers must be constantly aware of. Even the speed limit, one of the most basic and constant regulations on the road, must be considered from a subjective perspective in the moment. Otherwise, a driver may be facing a “Too [...]

What Does Too Fast For Conditions Mean? 2017-05-01T22:52:52+00:00

Can I Refuse A Breathalyzer Test?

2017-04-25T21:51:32+00:00

Refusing A Breathalyzer Test When you have been pulled over under the suspicion of DUI, the decision of whether to comply with a breath or blood test or not can be a difficult one. In a DUI case, the results of a breath test are often the strongest evidence the prosecution has against you. However, [...]

Can I Refuse A Breathalyzer Test? 2017-04-25T21:51:32+00:00

Why Field Sobriety Tests Can Be Inaccurate

2017-04-25T21:51:38+00:00

Inaccurate Field Sobriety Tests Carefully walking in a straight line, reciting the alphabet backward: the various field sobriety tests police officers use to determine impairment are widely known, even if few people are aware of the scientific basis behind them. There are three field sobriety tests that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has standardized. [...]

Why Field Sobriety Tests Can Be Inaccurate 2017-04-25T21:51:38+00:00

DUI Because of Prescription Drugs

2017-04-24T12:20:26+00:00

DUI Caused By Prescription Drugs When most people hear “Driving Under the Influence,” they picture a drunk driver or someone under the influence of illegal drugs like cocaine or methamphetamine. It is unlikely that a person appropriately taking prescription drugs prescribed by their doctor would come to mind, but it has become more and more [...]

DUI Because of Prescription Drugs 2017-04-24T12:20:26+00:00