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Georgia Coronavirus (COVID-19) Consumer Resource

Here’s some information for consumers to help you during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak: Foreclosures/Evictions: On March 21, 2020, President Trump ordered all foreclosures and evictions to cease for 60 days. Mortgage Payment Deferment/Forbearance: Please remember that you have to reach out to the individual banks to get a deferment or a waiver, it is not automatic. […]

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What Difference Can Motions Hearings Make in Your Criminal Case?

Litigating Motions Issues Can Make a Huge Difference in The Outcome of Your Criminal Case There is, perhaps, no clearer example of the value of engaging in thorough litigation of motions issues and challenging the State’s evidence even when all appears hopeless than the case of United States v. Antoine Jones. Antoine Jones is a very, […]

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Problems With Reckless Driving Charges in Georgia

Reckless Driving Charges in Georgia There is a real problem with reckless driving charges in Georgia. For most people, getting a dismissal of a DUI charge in exchange for a reckless driving conviction is an exceptional “win.” A reckless driving charge is a misdemeanor that does not require a license suspension for a driver over […]

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Defense Evidence for Serious Injury by Vehicle and Vehicular Homicide Cases

Evidence relating to subsequent remedial measures in roadway construction can be a significant issue in Georgia serious injury by vehicle and vehicular homicide cases. In serious injury by vehicle and vehicular homicide cases, an explanation for the accident – other than a defendant’s recklessness or impairment by alcohol or drugs – is of tremendous importance. […]

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Georgia Drivers Are the 15th Worst in The Country

An online insurance comparison marketplace, QuoteWizard, ranked Georgia drivers as the 15th worst in the nation. The list is generated from data collected by the Federal Highway Administration. The data also grouped the data in the following categories: accidents, speeding tickets, DUIs, citations, and fatalities. According to the new data released for 2018 from the Georgia Governor’s […]

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