I returned fire and I have the right to carry and he is a felon and I was charged and he didn’t get charged with anything and in the bound hearing the DA never mention me getting shot just said I was shooting at him and gunned him down
The D.A. represents the State, not you. Thus, the D.A. is not going to present self defense evidence which would benefit you. You need to hire a criminal defense attorney who can argue and present evidence that you acted in self defense.
The county/city does not have to notify you when it installs speeding cameras. This is because the speed limit signs put you on notice of the legal speed limit and the camera is merely an enforcement mechanism.
Georgia law requires the parties to a divorce action to live in a "bona fide state of separation" before filing for divorce. There is no exact timeframe of separation required. Because you are still having sex and living with your husband, you might not meet this standard and therefore...Read more »
A person can file any lawsuit they want against whoever they want. However, whether that lawsuit is successful and warrants merit is another matter. Further, filing frivolous lawsuits can result in severe sanctions. Thus, consult an attorney before you file any type of lawsuit.
You will likely need to consult a Virginia lawyer because your wife resides in Virginia. A Georgia court can grant a divorce if either party has resided in Georgia for six months. However, a Georgia court cannot award attorney's fees, alimony, or any property outside of Georgia if the Georgia...Read more »
The Georgia legislature enacted O.C.G.A. section 40-6-189, also known as the "Super Speeder Law", which penalizes speeding in excess of 85 miles per hour and 75 miles per hour on certain roadways. The fine for a super speeder violation is $200.00, independent of the county/city fine...Read more »
Most likely. Speeding is a misdemeanor in Georgia and counties/cities are authorized to set their own fine amounts for speeding violations as long as said fines are reasonable and not over $1,000.00. Further, the Georgia legislature enacted O.C.G.A. section 40-6-189, also known as the "Super...Read more »
Driver of a BMW M3 was pulled over on interstate 20 downtown in Atlanta on a Saturday night and was accused of street racing with “helicopter” footage. No footage was or had been provided and driver was immediately arrested and the driver’s car was impounded by a Georgia State Patrol officer... Read more »
It is possible. However, you would need to acquire and review the helicopter footage to determine if an objective, reasonable person would conclude that the driver was driving the BMW M3 for the purposes of a race, speed competition or contest, drag race or acceleration contest, test of physical...Read more »
If there is a valid, final or temporary custody order, or the equivalent of a valid, final or temporary custody order included within a divorce decree, and said order gives the father joint custodial rights or visitation rights, then the father should file a motion for contempt to enforce the order.
I got into an argument with a family member when I tried to leave the family member but themselves in front of my vehicle started recording me and I proceeded to leave and I ended swiping the car door panicked and left cause I had no insurance and she told the police I tried to hit her with my car
My bf was insured to drive my car. While driving it, he was in an accident. I was not there. He got a speeding ticket based solely on the slide to stop formula and that was the reason stated for the claim being denied even though the report said it was the other guys fault. My bf had liability... Read more »
If you have collision coverage, then your insurance should likely pay your property damage claim, regardless of fault. If you have collision coverage (or the equivalent of said coverage), you should make a claim with your insurance company. While the alleged at-fault driver's insurance has...Read more »
My baby's father is not legitimized. He has been harassing me everyday since I left him. I stopped texting him back a week ago. My baby is two months old. He says one minute he don't want anything to do with her multiple times then the next he wants to see her all on text. My parents are... Read more »
If the baby's father is not legitimized he has no custodial rights. However, once legitimized, a court may later hold it against you for restricting contact between the child and the father. Albeit, 400 messages seems excessive.
Felony probation. Has been on it for 3 years after serving prison time and parole. He violated probation by not completing all of the drc treatment plan. He couldn't work and do those classes completely. He has 2 babies age 1 and 3 whom he is the main provider. His family is facing eviction... Read more »
It is hard to say what the judge will do. Judge's have wide discretion in revoking probation based on non-compliance or new arrests. You should consult a lawyer who could point to good facts that could possibly keep the judge from revoking probation and ordering the person to remain...Read more »
My ex husband and I have joint custody. Our daughter 16 (he adopted her at 2), hasn't had contact for 2 1/2 years. He hasn't payed child support at all. She was being treated very badly, and starting having issues, even had to have counseling..I tried to communicate and discuss it but... Read more »
Top portion of the "Georgia" was covered by a broken "Atlanta Falcons" tag covering....the top portion of the covering is the word "ATLANTA" in red writing but honestly the "peach" & "Georgia" is visible. My daughter stated that he came to the... Read more »
Yes. Take the license plate to court and request the dash cam footage and present it to the judge or jury. At that point, the judge or jury will weigh the credibility of the above evidence against the police officer's testimony and determine if the tag was obscured.
Hopefully you got the truck driver's and his/her insurance company's information. You would assert a claim against the driver's insurance company. You should consult a lawyer who could handle asserting a claim against the insurance company and pursuing litigation if it is needed....Read more »
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