My Difficult neighbor is trying to state that where the boundary line begins/ends to My property actually is 5 to 7 feet away from the rock That has been placed as a marker by the surveyors of plots/property ownership, Hence saying that I am unable to put a fence up where the actual block to divide... View More
Property boundaries in Georgia are generally determined by a recorded plat, a legal land survey, or the property deed descriptions. If there is a dispute about where the actual boundary lies, it's usually necessary to get a new survey conducted by a licensed land surveyor. In Rincon, as...View More
The laws concerning abandoned property vary by jurisdiction, but you may need to go through a legal process to remove the camper. Generally, this involves notifying the owner and giving them a certain amount of time to remove it before you can take action. Failure to follow the proper procedures...View More
Georgia, landlords are generally required to provide essential services, including working air conditioning, to tenants. If your central AC unit has been non-functional for over 30 days and the landlord has not made any effort to repair or provide an alternative solution, it may be considered a...View More
...and then 2) If the car is found to not be currently insured, can the PO wait until the car is driven to issue a ticket, or does he have an obligation to prevent the crime? (Since I was standing and sitting near or in the car for a few hours prior to driving and saw the officer / made eye contact... View More
Yes, you have no right to privacy over your license plate. It's observable to the public so you have no expectation of privacy. Furthermore, some police now have technology in their vehicles that automatically scans all the license plates around the police car, runs them, and then alerts the...View More
In determining whether a person had the intent to shoplift, the courts will usually look at whether you or the accused passed all points of sale (all registers, cashiers, self-check out, etc.). It depends on where you were in the store when they stopped you.
I'm in Grovetown, I want to put up a 50-foot tower in my yard for a CB antenna. Do I need a permit, If so how to get it? My yard is 2 acres, there's a neighborhood wrapping around one corner, one side has a street, and the other side is a house with a few acres. plz help and thx.
In Georgia, the requirements for permits for antenna towers may vary depending on the local zoning and building regulations in your specific area, such as Grovetown. Typically, the need for a permit may be determined by the height of the tower and other local regulations.
I had an incident where I was speeding, I got scared when i saw the police lights, and ran from the officer in my vehicle, then calmed down and left my car in park to walk back to where the officer had stopped to turn myself in. In court, the judge ruled it as a traffic infraction with no points... View More
DDS is an executive agency with its own policies and rules, which the Georgia Legislature delegated the legislative authority to DDS to make. An answer explaining separation of powers, the non-delegation doctrine, and that it is a privilege, not a right, to drive in Georgia would require a lengthy...View More
Don't know if the parents are pressing charges & for the moment she is in jail and bond is posted and already had a court appearance but asked for a court appointed lawyer & he hasn't showed nor called her & the charges she have is Aggravated assault (Felony) Cruelty to... View More
If the HOA is not policing itself, then you can either vote the Board off and correct it, or you can consult with a HOA attorney in your area, obtain your options and then decide how to proceed from there. If there are other members of the HOA who are like mind with you, then y'all may be...View More
I was arrested for a misdemeanor shoplifting charge in Georgia in 2020. I completed a Pretrial diversion program and was granted Nolle Prosequi. The municipal court mentioned something about a restricted record. Will my arrest show up? Is there any way to check? I want to be able to have a clean... View More
In an elementary school the parent pick up line starts to form more than 90 min before the students are released at the end of the day. The line is very long and the PTA has auctioned off the first two spots in the front of the line for the two parents (with the highest bid) to arrive anytime... View More
I don't hear anything illegal about what you have described. As long as the school's administration approves and there are no safety or traffic laws broken, the PTA can auction off those coveted spots. On the other hand, enforcement may prove interesting!
Texas has a hold, husband is in GA jail (paulding) if they don't file for an extention immediately, does paulding county detention center HAVE to release him? Already have a lawyer working for him in TX, just need to get him out of jail here to get him home to myself and our children under 2... View More
It all depends on the Sheriffs. Different counties have different policies. However, you may want to just check with TX and see when they are going to pick him up first. Because if they make a promise to pick him up he may not be released in 14 days.
After success completion of the diversion program, you case will be dismissed. Thus, giving you the opportunity to have that arrest and that charge Restricted from you Record with a record restriction. I hope this helps!
Possibly, depends on what information they provided. If the neighbors told the police they saw you kill someone and bury them in the backyard then of course that would be enough to justify a search warrant to dig up your backyard.
There is no set distance from a home. If done unsafely than you can be charged with reckless conduct, a misdemeanor. You might also want to look out county or city ordinances. Some cities restrict entirely the ability to fire a gun in their jurisdiction unless for self defense purposes.
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