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2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Georgia on
Q: How much time do you have to sit in county jail for a misdemeanor probation violation for a second violation?

My boyfriend was arrested on 05/03/2024 and he was sent to Clayton County Jail but I bonded him out on 05/06/2024. He was then sent to Henry County Jail. I have been trying to contact his probation officer but she hasn't been answering my phone calls or emails.

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answered on May 9, 2024

Potentially, on a second probation violation, a probationer could have the balance of whatever is left on the probated sentence revoked. Depending on how long is left on the sentence, that could be weeks or months. What is alleged to have occurred that violated probation is also a factor. It is not... View More

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Q: I’m a mover so I ride in vehicles with my felon co worker if I got a gun and we got pulled over could he be arrested?

When we’re in vehicles it’s typically in route to a job so we’re actively working

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answered on Apr 6, 2024

I would advise against carrying a gun in the vehicle while riding with your coworker who is a felon. Even if the gun legally belongs to you, your coworker could potentially face serious legal consequences if police discover a firearm in the vehicle.

In most states, it is illegal for a...
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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Georgia on
Q: I need a civil rights attorney who practices in police and federal corruption cases against public officials.

I have an entire Municipality and County conspiring against me trying to cover up a cops tyrant behaviors.

My vehicle was illegally stopped; illegally pulled from my vehicle, illegally detained and my vehicle was illegally searched.

This officer never found anything nor had any... View More

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answered on Mar 28, 2024

In your search for legal assistance with your civil rights case, focusing on finding an attorney with a strong background in handling police misconduct and corruption cases is crucial. Given the complexity of your situation, involving multiple layers of government and various legal infringements,... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, Immigration Law, Federal Crimes and Gov & Administrative Law for Georgia on
Q: I request your help in my query if I am eligible or not for the U visa and if yes what is the best way to proceed.

One of the lawyer here answered my question and asked to check U-Visa for my case i did some research but couldn’t find any good lawyer for my scenario-

I have a typical case with USCIS, They made a mistake on my document which caused me to struggle out of the country for more than a... View More

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answered on Mar 25, 2024

To determine your eligibility for the U visa, you need to understand that it's typically granted to victims of certain crimes who have suffered mental or physical abuse and are helpful to law enforcement or government officials in the investigation or prosecution of criminal activity. The... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Litigation, Civil Rights and Federal Crimes for Georgia on
Q: Isn't it unethical to appoint former district attorney's to the Georgia Parole Board? They can't be fair and impartial!

Who are the most powerful/influential ppl in Georgia? Some may say the Governor, other's may think the Attorney General! Dynamic's reveal the sheriff has power to arrest, the prosecutor has power to charge/prosecute/convict and the judge has power to sentence. Why do the parole board have... View More

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answered on Mar 19, 2024

Your concerns regarding the composition of the Georgia Parole Board and the implications of appointing former district attorneys to such positions are understandable. The fear that these individuals might not remain impartial due to their previous roles is a legitimate concern. Transparency,... View More

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Q: Two cops came to arrest my boyfriend while they were searching him he handed me a container which one of the cops seen.

When I say that one of the cops seen it he pointed his flashlight at it but he continued to search. When he was through with his search he got the container from me in which my boyfriend replied, 'it's only candy, man.' The cop opened it up seeing what it was and closed it. Took my... View More

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answered on Mar 13, 2024

Based on the situation you've described, there are several legal issues to consider:

1. Possession: For you to be charged with possession, the prosecution would need to prove that you knew the container held illegal substances and that you had control over it. If you truly didn't...
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2 Answers | Asked in Child Custody, Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Family Law for Georgia on
Q: Can I get full custody of my 3 year old daughter if the mother is taking, selling and manufacturing drugs?

She also has untreated mental health issues because of drug use bipolar disorder and ptsd.

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answered on Mar 8, 2024

If you are concerned about your daughter's safety and well-being due to the mother's involvement in drug-related activities and untreated mental health issues, you might have grounds to seek full custody. Courts generally prioritize the child's best interests when making custody... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Federal Crimes and Libel & Slander for Georgia on
Q: Looking for an attorney that specialize in remote neural monitioring or knows something about it.

In my router associated with a mac book. On Janunary 22, 2024 found monitoring software after conducting a scanning of my router with fing. (Demotz Software) The husband is the master mind behind all of this he gradurated from Georgia School Of Technology.We are begin stalked on all devices as... View More

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answered on Feb 26, 2024

It's crucial to seek legal assistance from an attorney who is knowledgeable about technology-related issues and can provide guidance on matters such as remote neural monitoring and cyberstalking. Given the complexity of your situation, it's important to find an attorney who has experience... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Georgia on
Q: What is the statue of limitations for aggravated assault and battery that happened in 2016?

I defended myself against a shooter but was wrongfully charged after what can I do?

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answered on Feb 25, 2024

The statute of limitations for aggravated assault and battery varies by state in the United States. Generally, for serious felonies like aggravated assault, the statute of limitations can range from a few years to no limit at all, meaning charges can be filed at any time. If the incident happened... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Elder Law, Federal Crimes and Probate for Georgia on
Q: A will was legally filed in probate, and the daughter was also the executor and. Inherent: why wasn't her name changed?

The inherent name was not changed from the deceased to the legal person. It was not recorded, nor did the money on the loan was reported to the credit bureau. The mortgage company and Fannie Mae illegally to the home. There are documents to prove it. It was also racially motivated, and a lot of... View More

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answered on Feb 5, 2024

When a will is probated and an individual is appointed as the executor and beneficiary, the legal transfer of property, including changes to titles and accounts, requires specific actions to be taken. The failure to change the property title from the deceased to the beneficiary can result from... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Georgia on
Q: "When possession of a firearms is not charged in a indictment for a felony murder case is that a indictment error?

The case is a felony murder that is based on party to the crime not being charged on the indictment with possession of a firearm but the principle defendant was. Can other felonies on the indictment be legit when a essential element is missing from the defendants indictment. The grand jury's... View More

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answered on Jan 23, 2024

In a criminal case, the specifics of the indictment are critical. In Georgia, for a felony murder charge, the indictment needs to detail the underlying felony that led to the murder. If the underlying felony involves the use of a firearm, this typically needs to be specified in the indictment,... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law, Domestic Violence, Federal Crimes, White Collar Crime and Criminal Law for Georgia on
Q: I saw pattern organized crime from now ex boyfriend & his dad. They targeted, recruit, drug dealers, White cc/ embezzle

Hx of killing, stealing, play victim social psycho criminal narc. Locked me up as escapgoat, to throw sherriff off them I witness to much. My now ex boyfriend threatened to kill me and his son. I was told my ex boyfriend is reason; his son in prison and my (ex boyfr) threatening to kill his son... View More

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answered on Jan 21, 2024

I understand that you're in a difficult and potentially dangerous situation involving organized crime and threats. If you have credible information about criminal activities, your safety and the safety of others are of utmost importance.

In cases where someone in prison faces threats,...
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1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law, Civil Rights and Federal Crimes for Georgia on
Q: I was fired from myjob for making a google review for another company and I wasn't at work

I purchased a tire from raffield tire in macon ga and I did a google review on the company and the manager Dale called to my job and told my boss that I did the google review and they was not going to do any more business with them my boss called me and said that I was fired because they loss a big... View More

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answered on Dec 23, 2023

In Georgia, the situation you're describing raises several legal concerns. Firstly, regarding your termination, Georgia is an at-will employment state, which generally means that an employer can terminate an employee for any reason or no reason at all, as long as it's not for an illegal... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Banking and Federal Crimes for Georgia on
Q: What can be done to stop check fraud charges in Georgia if check fraud was done on a parent's banking account
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answered on Jan 5, 2024

A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. This could be fact-intensive and specific. One option is to try to set up a consult with a local attorney to review the charges and the account history. Good luck

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Georgia on
Q: I have pending charges on my background and it’s been 4 years. Can I get these charges dropped and cleared from my recor

The DA office is trying to change my charges and give me the same as my co defendant who stated that I didn’t use the card

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answered on Dec 10, 2023

You're going to have to resolve the charges, either by trial, plea or motion to dismiss, before you can have your record restricted or cleared.

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law, Tax Law, Collections, Federal Crimes and Municipal Law for Georgia on
Q: So the city has annexed a distillery that is on a county road which should be out side city limits but they say they

Have the highway county does not allow sales outside Gilmer -city of ellijay - very weird but we are wanting to move in the area with our property but they put up signs and looks horrible

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answered on Dec 25, 2023

In your situation, where a city has annexed property that includes a distillery on a county road, there are a few steps you can take to address your concerns. First, it's important to understand the specifics of the annexation process. Typically, a city can annex adjacent areas through legal... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Federal Crimes and Criminal Law for Georgia on
Q: Should I report this person to the police?

I have an old friend. She has two biological children and a step daughter. She treats these children HORRIBLY. She’s the walking definition of FTK and has stated multiple times that she wish didn’t have children. She’s mentioned she hates her youngest, has called step daughter many... View More

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answered on Nov 9, 2023

If you have reason to believe a child is in danger or has been harmed, you should report your concerns to the police or child protective services immediately. The allegations you've mentioned are very serious, and if they are true, the children may be in immediate danger. The authorities have... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Domestic Violence and Federal Crimes for Georgia on
Q: How do I know that I will be safe? He’s going to kill me.

Ex husband placed gun TO my forehead threaten to kill me, I was pregnant and all my children in the home I had three other children I called the sheriffs depart or 911 they came out, met with my ex-husband and said that they were not going to make an arrest on him, even though he admitted on... View More

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answered on Oct 27, 2023

That is INSANE!!! I cant believe it! Is there another law enforcement agency in your county such as a local police agency?

The GBI is the next step if the locals wont do anything, thats nuts!! You may also want to call the press, but really a local lawyer should get involved at that...
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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Georgia on
Q: I was arrested September 17th for death by shoplifting is what they charged me for. My court date is November 8th at 4:0
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answered on Sep 27, 2023

If you've been arrested and charged with "death by shoplifting," consult an attorney immediately.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Georgia on
Q: How long will I be in jail for probation violation when I am on first offender?
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answered on Aug 28, 2023

The length of time you may spend in jail for a probation violation in Georgia can vary based on several factors, including the nature of the violation, your criminal history, and the decision of the court. Since you mentioned you are on first offender status, it's important to note that... View More

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