April 2017

What Does Too Fast For Conditions Mean?

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 [...]

No Proof Of Insurance In Georgia

Driving Without Proof Of Insurance In Georgia In the unfortunate event of an accident, auto insurance is essential to protecting yourself as well as any other drivers on the road. In Georgia, the statute requiring that drivers have adequate insurance can play out in multiple ways, depending on the specific circumstances. The best way to [...]

Fight Your Second DUI

Defending yourself in the case of a second DUI charge can be significantly more difficult than a first offense. You will be considered a repeat offender, which comes with more severe penalties and consequences, especially if the subsequent arrest is within five years of the first. Repeat offender laws have become progressively harsher in recent [...]

Boating Under The Influence in Georgia

Georgia BUI Most people are familiar with a DUI (Driving Under the Influence) charge, but are you prepared in the event of a BUI? Boating Under the Influence is illegal in Georgia, and a BUI charge can come with fines and consequences just like a DUI. Although the charge refers to “boating,” this law applies [...]

February 2017

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 [...]

December 2016

What is Stalking?

On behalf of The Epps Law Group posted in Criminal Defense on Thursday, December 29, 2016. Generally speaking, stalking is repeated unwanted encounters with another person ("repeated" is generally defined as two or more encounters). The victims or the stalker can be either men or women, boys or girls. The stalker is often someone the [...]