Defending these cases usually depends on fourth amendment arguments. Did law enforcement have the right to stop you? If so, was the stop unreasonably prolonged? If not, did they have the right to search you and/or your car? Etc.
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My fiance was in work release and caught a new charge in a different county 20 months ago his last day of work release they transferred him to jail for a probation violation and are saying that he will sit there until the charges are resolved in the other county but there isn't even a court... Read more »
I was told I could go to jail or I could set someone up. I chose to work. So I met with detectives and they had me sign some paperwork stating I was working for them to drop whatever they were going to charge me with. I'm sure it was on dash cam and even though I signed their paperwork is... Read more »
If they are charging you with drug possession, they have to prove that the substance you possessed was in fact the drug named in the charges. "White residue" alone is circumstantial evidence only, not sufficient to convict. It could be...Read more »
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.
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