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March 2018

Top Georgia DUI Myths

2018-03-12T21:55:27+00:00

Drunk driving is a serious problem in the United States. According to statistics, three people are killed every two hours in alcohol-related accidents. An estimated four million people drive under the influence of alcohol each year, and because many people are repeat offenders, there are more than 100 million alcohol-impaired driving episodes annually. If you [...]

Top Georgia DUI Myths 2018-03-12T21:55:27+00:00

Should You Testify in Your Own Defense?

2018-03-12T21:51:36+00:00

The Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution gives criminal defendants the absolute right not to testify against themselves. This means that you do not need to answer police questions and you can’t be forced to testify at trial. Nevertheless, you always have the right to testify. In other words, it is up to you whether [...]

Should You Testify in Your Own Defense? 2018-03-12T21:51:36+00:00

Postponing a Georgia Real Estate Closing

2018-03-12T21:45:16+00:00

Even the best-laid plans sometimes go awry, and this holds especially true with real estate closings. Even though your purchase contract contains a closing date, various events can pop up, causing you to delay the closing. Read on to identify some of the more common reasons why you might need to postpone your closing. The [...]

Postponing a Georgia Real Estate Closing 2018-03-12T21:45:16+00:00

4 Reasons You Need to Immediately Hire a Criminal Defense Lawyer

2018-03-12T21:27:14+00:00

Lawyers are your best friends. Seriously. Although lawyers have a terrible public reputation, only they are qualified to help you go up against the state in a criminal matter. Who do you trust with your liberty—a lawyer you handpicked and hired or the state prosecutor who only wants a conviction so they can look “tough [...]

4 Reasons You Need to Immediately Hire a Criminal Defense Lawyer 2018-03-12T21:27:14+00:00

February 2018

Setting up a Child Custody Arrangement

2018-02-12T02:50:55+00:00

Child custody in Georgia can take on several forms. What is in the best of interests for one child, may not work for another. Therefore, child custody is very fact specific and each case is unique. If you need assistance with a child custody suit, a Lumpkin County family law attorney can assist. We can [...]

Setting up a Child Custody Arrangement 2018-02-12T02:50:55+00:00

What is “Implied Consent” in a Georgia DUI charge?

2018-02-12T02:51:05+00:00

You may hear the term "implied consent" on the news or in relation to a court proceeding. Do you really know what this term means? It can be confusing. If you have been accused or charged with DUI, a Johns Creek DUI attorney can help you understand implied consent and how it applies to your [...]

What is “Implied Consent” in a Georgia DUI charge? 2018-02-12T02:51:05+00:00

How to Avoid Real Estate Closing Delays

2018-02-12T02:51:57+00:00

Whether you are the buyer or the seller, you are likely anxious to get to your real estate closing and wrap things up. Unfortunately, real estate closings do not always go as planned. There are many reasons that a closing can be delayed or even (gulp!) canceled. A Dahlonega real estate closing attorney can help [...]

How to Avoid Real Estate Closing Delays 2018-02-12T02:51:57+00:00

Protecting yourself from a Sexual Assault Charge

2018-02-12T02:52:51+00:00

Sexual assault and related crimes are hot-button topics in the news this year. High profile individuals are coming forward as both victims and accused parties. Many of these accusations are well founded. But, what happens if you are accused of sexual assault and really are innocent? In these situations, you must take swift and aggressive [...]

Protecting yourself from a Sexual Assault Charge 2018-02-12T02:52:51+00:00

Mediation and the Divorce process

2018-02-12T02:54:52+00:00

Divorce is not always adversarial or played out like a soap opera in open court. There are several different techniques that help couples work out the details of their divorce in amicable terms. One of these tools is called mediation. This can be an effective resolution process. A Forsyth County family law attorney at the [...]

Mediation and the Divorce process 2018-02-12T02:54:52+00:00

Can a Juvenile Criminal Record be Sealed?

2018-02-12T02:54:40+00:00

We are all young once. Juveniles can make poor choices and this can lead to an arrest and juvenile conviction record. In some instances, the indiscretion in youth was a lapse in judgment spurred by factors such as inexperience or peer pressure. A Dawson County juvenile crimes attorney can assist in evaluating whether your child's [...]

Can a Juvenile Criminal Record be Sealed? 2018-02-12T02:54:40+00:00