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March 2017

Eligibility requirements for a weapons carry license in Georgia

On behalf of The Epps Law Group posted in Gun Rights on Monday, January 9, 2017. The eligibility requirements for a weapons carry license in Georgia are stringent, especially if you have been convicted of a crime. Before you apply for a license, be sure you know who is eligible and if you fit into [...]

Campus carry bill passed by Georgia House of Representatives

On behalf of The Epps Law Group posted in Gun Rights on Monday, March 13, 2017. The right to carry a firearm on Georgia college campuses is one step closer to a reality. Sponsored largely by Rep. Mandi Ballinger, the bill would improve gun rights by allowing Georgians in possession of a concealed firearms permit [...]

How to comply with your court-ordered DUI community service

On behalf of The Epps Law Group posted in DUI/DWI on Thursday, March 9, 2017. If you have been convicted of DUI/DWI in the Cumming area, you will most likely be ordered to perform community service. It is one of the possible penalties DUI defendants face upon conviction. Before going further, you should understand that [...]

Georgia drug bust nets 22 arrests

On behalf of The Epps Law Group posted in Drug Crimes on Friday, March 3, 2017. Many residents of Georgia believe that the nation's overall relaxed views on marijuana means the risk of getting arrested for any drug crime has been reduced. If you want to continue enjoying your liberty and your way of life, [...]

February 2017

What gun-related activities are illegal in Georgia?

On behalf of The Epps Law Group posted in Gun Rights on Monday, February 20, 2017. When compared with other state's gun laws, Georgia laws seem quite liberal. For example, you do not need to acquire a license to arm yourself on your own property. This includes your home, your personal vehicle and your business. [...]

What penalties could I face if convicted of DUI/DWI in Georgia?

On behalf of The Epps Law Group posted in DUI/DWI on Thursday, February 16, 2017. Avoiding a conviction should be your number one goal if you have already been charged with a DUI in Georgia. Just like in other states, the Georgia government has adopted what is essentially a no tolerance policy. What this means [...]

3 things you need to know about your right to a defense

On behalf of The Epps Law Group posted in Criminal Defense on Monday, February 13, 2017. Everyone makes mistakes, and you know this better than anyone as you're led away in handcuffs. This is your first time being arrested, and it's your first time having to defend yourself against allegations. You were driving recklessly, but [...]

For a drug crime defense litigation experience is a must

On behalf of The Epps Law Group posted in Drug Crimes on Friday, February 10, 2017. A drug crime conviction in the state of Georgia will change your entire life. If you are reading this blog post, you are probably already worried about what will happen to you if you are convicted. You want the [...]

Republicans introduce constitutional carry house bill in Georgia

On behalf of The Epps Law Group posted in Gun Rights on Friday, February 3, 2017. Georgia residents concerned about gun rights can now take some comfort in the real possibility of a constitutional carry act. On Jan. 26, six republican representatives introduced House Bill 156. If passed, this bill will legalize the carrying of [...]

January 2017

When experience matters, choose a lawyer familiar with DUI

On behalf of The Epps Law Group posted in DUI/DWI on Friday, January 27, 2017. A DUI/DWI conviction can wreck your life, even if you are a first time offender. The fallout can be huge in ways you might not expect. For example, a DUI conviction might render you unemployable in certain industries such as [...]