With each other and we did not touch each other. Since we are married is there anything we can do to get the charges dropped. We were arguing over property. Side note neither of us have a record and both have good careers we don’t want to jeopardize.
The motion was filed and the records were sealed immediately. No records appear on any Georgia Department of Correction sites, etc. Is VineLink's (owned by Appriss) site violating the First Offender Act?
A speeding ticket in Georgia is misdemeanor crime, although the penalties for a first, life-time speeding ticket in Georgia are capped below the standard maximum penalties for misdemeanors. See O.C.G.A. § 40-6-1.
I got a traffic citation while traveling in GA but live in FL and there is only a court date not a price. Is there anyway to transfer the court to a florida court or pay the fine without having to travel all the way back up here? It shows 78 in a 55. Also the officer told me it was 68 but on the... Read more »
PIggy-backing on Counselor Schiffer's adroit answer, whether a conviction matters to a potential non-public employer or association generally depends on that employer's or association's own preferences and concerns.
That being said, it is most likely preferable to keep the conviction off...Read more »
Based on your description, I would expect the prosecution in his case to proceed on a theory of "constructive possession", which is a way to have something (legally) without actually holding it. This idea comes up frequently in drug cases.
Your trial should be about what you did, not about who you are (or who you were).
Georgia's rule 404 is supposed to prohibit the use of "character evidence" (evidence of your character). However, there are several exceptions to the rule, and lawyers and judges frequently disagree about...Read more »
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