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Prosecuting Drug Overdose Cases

Equivalent to the rest of the country, Georgia is facing a rise in overdose deaths from opioids, specifically fentanyl and other drugs, even prescription drug clones, that are laced with deadly doses of fentanyl. In June 2022, after a seven-month investigation, a 34-year-old Georgia man was charged with felony murder and other drug-related crimes.

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Heroin & Opioid Epidemic

The Substance Abuse Research Council (SARA), an alliance of more than 60 researchers and practitioners, issued a White Paper in 2017 declaring that “opioid and heroin use in Georgia seriously threatens the health, prosperity and general wellbeing of Georgians throughout the state, across almost all sectors of life and work.”

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Will I Lose My License After Being Charged with a DUI?

In Georgia, it is illegal for a motorist to operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or illicit drugs. Depending on the number of prior convictions and other surrounding circumstances, a Georgia DUI conviction may result in hefty fines, lengthy imprisonment, and other license-related consequences.

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Can I Be Arrested for Drugs That Aren’t Mine?

If you were arrested for possessing drugs that were not yours, you might feel frustrated because of the injustice. However, if you are facing criminal charges for drugs that did not belong to you, telling the police that “the drugs were not mine!” may not be enough to avoid a conviction.

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When Should You Hire an Attorney for a Traffic Ticket?

While a traffic violation might seem like a minor offense, the potential consequences can become harsher as you accumulate more points. Many people choose to hire an attorney to help them with their tickets and advise them on their options.

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Insurance Consequences Associated with a Traffic Violation

Traffic violation offenses in Georgia may include speeding, aggressive driving, failure to obey traffic-control devices, driving under the influence, unlawful passing of a school bus, running a stop sign, and distracted driving.

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Falsely Accused of Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is about a power dynamic. One person with a household or intimate relationship with another exerts physical, emotional, or sexual control. The alleged violence does not need to occur.

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Choosing an Attorney After a Domestic Violence Charge

Being accused of domestic violence is a serious situation that requires immediate legal counsel. From the moment you get charged with domestic violence, your life can change in an instant.

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Frequently Asked Questions About DUIs

People get arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) in Georgia every day. State laws show little mercy for those who get behind the wheel of the car with a blood alcohol content (BAC) over the legal limit or while under the influence of substances that impair their ability to operate a vehicle safely.

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DUI Penalties in Georgia

If you’ve been arrested for drunk driving, you likely have dozens of questions running through your head. You may wonder about the DUI penalties a judge will assign you; you may feel like there’s no point in contesting your charge; you may feel you were treated unfairly by law enforcement but are unsure of how you would go about fighting your case in court.

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