There is no reason not to sign the tickets, because by signing you are only acknowledging that you received the ticket. You are not admitting guilt. Some officers have been known to arrest someone for Obstruction of Justice when a person doesn't sign.
This question truly depends on a number of factors. In general, those who are convicted of felony violent crimes (like robbery) will serve at least some time in confinement. However, the length of time can be reduced based on the person's behavior while in confinement, the severity of the...Read more »
If you believe you are the victim of a crime, but there is no immediate emergency, instead of calling 9-1-1, you can go to your local police department to request officers investigate. In Georgia, you may also be eligible to go to your local Magistrate Court to request a Criminal Arrest Warrant...Read more »
It is often good to be proactive in these situations. Getting an assessment and treatment could be helpful in showing the Court that you are taking initiative. If you are currently receiving treatment, that is going to help you in the long run.
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