If your a ci for drug task force and dhs doesn't know it and they want to drug test you but as known you can't blow your cover because then the whole world would know so you react like these individuals and you have to do like they do which is if they say hey hit this you have to so would... Read more »
Get your handler to put instructions IN WRITING so IF there are negative consequences you have a built in defense. You may want to hire a private lawyer to assist you as the Cops will hang you out to dry more often than not.
GI BILL program fraud 85/15 rule - business raided this morning and evidence collected - the owner paid a man to be the expert liason for the program which she knew little about and he submitted false documents to her which he assured her was how it was supposed to be done and she signed them and... Read more »
I am 1 of 5 Board of Directors and the VP for a Georgia Condo HOA. Our Bylaws allow for me as VP to call a Special Meeting w 2 Day notice. The president scheduled the meeting and then the president quickly cancelled the meeting stating that the majority of members decided they didn’t want to... Read more »
The officer's report said I misjudged distance but a vehicle was next to me an was as close over as I could get I never hit the barrel's so what's to misjudge the lane should have been closed if to narrow to pass
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for four weeks. It could be a situation where fault is seen by a court on both sides. A Georgia attorney might be able to offer deeper insight in terms of the construction site and its practices in stacking barrels and buckets in that...Read more »
Georgia? the mom was relatively young, her husband left, she dropped the ball. The child ended up with a really bad ear infection. The moms older sister petitioned the courts for custody of said child. Took the mom as well as the husband(whom was on the aunts side) and they had the mom sign her... Read more »
It depends. Were her rights terminated or did her sister just get custody? We are happy to schedule a consultation to discuss the situation further. The consultations last about an hour and cost $100. 770-723-7211.
If those funds are intended for the relief of the financial burdens of the American populus, incurred due to COVID-19. If the state plans to cannibalize those funds, How is this "help" going to due anymore than the last so called "help" for those who we're struggling Pre-COVID?
Yes, the state will take the funds and give them to the custodial parent for child support arrears. The state isn't cannibalizing the funds. The money is owed for child support that should have been paid previously, so that is where the money is going - to help the child.
The statute that you are referring to is o.c.g.a. 17-7-50....if true, the judge would be required to set a reasonable bond upon petition by the Defendant. There are exceptions if the state intends to seek the death penalty. Specifically, the state can seek additional time (90 more days) to...Read more »
Does it state in the Ga law in regards to the new covid laws that someone who is still incarcerated almost 6 months now should be let out into the community pending there finally revocation hearing.. And we have been told that ga laws are on suspension but does the law not state the longest... Read more »
Is it Ga law that someone is to have a revocation hearing within 60 days from the arrest date or the case is to be dismissed for lack of speedy trail as this is a violation of someone sixth amendment right, also that a person can only be held for a total of 180 days before they have to be released
No and no, there is no set statutory time period for a person to have a probation revocation hearing. It must be within "a reasonable time". There is no speedy trial for revocation. The 180 days to be released I believe has to do with interstate detainers not probation revocations.
You need to speak with a Georgia criminal defense attorney about this, not an administrative law attorney. Based on the time elapsed, you've probably contacted someone by now. If you haven't, do so without delay. If you are in financial difficulty with hiring an attorney to defend you,...Read more »
This question is for attorneys well-versed in USPS regulations. Does a county police officer (not state or Federal) have the right to stop and interrogate a USPS mail carrier to ask them to verify an addressee's name on a delivered mail item? The police officer in this analogy has no search... Read more »
The simple answer is no. Since USPS is a governmental agency with specific regulations and rules, it is best to sift all these type grievances through their channels. On the surface, it appears to be a privacy issue. It is always best to consult an attorney who can assess the specifics of your...Read more »
In November my child and others received a nude photo of another child (Victim) from a 3rd kid, (Sender). Child immediately deletes picture and never resent it to anyone. This all happened outside of school.
Today - 2 months later, Victim informs someone at school that picture may be... Read more »
It is difficult to provide you with an accurate answer, more details about your case are certainly needed. It is in your best interest to contact an attorney who will, at minimum, review your case and provide counsel on what your next steps and options are.
Any person who in good faith seeks medical assistance for a person experiencing or believed to be experiencing a drug overdose shall not be arrested, charged, or prosecuted for a drug violation if the evidence for the arrest, charge, or prosecution of such drug violation resulted...Read more »
Drug Court participants were assigned to this female counselor/case manager to supervise participants and provide them with counseling services. She actively pursued romantic and sexual relationships with three (identified) male drug court participants. Counselor also invited female drug court... Read more »
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