What To Do When Arrested for DUI During the Holidays in Georgia

What To Do When Arrested for DUI During the Holidays in Georgia

After a challenging couple of years, holiday parties this season can feel like a welcome relief—the chance to celebrate with friends, relax and enjoy time together again. But law enforcement officers also know that the holidays bring an increase in alcohol-related...
What to Do If You Are Charged with a Felony in Georgia

What to Do If You Are Charged with a Felony in Georgia

Georgia Felony Defense Attorney After an arrest and a felony charge, many people wonder what to do next. Felony convictions may come with stiff prison sentences and hefty fines, leading to missed milestones and valuable time away from friends and family. Even after...
What you need to know if your teen is charged with reckless driving

What you need to know if your teen is charged with reckless driving

Many teens feel a rush of freedom after getting their driver’s license. But sometimes that exhilaration leads to poor decisions and reckless driving. A lack of experience, along with an understanding of driving rules that’s sometimes still only theoretical, compounds...
The Differences Between Accusations and Indictments in Georgia

The Differences Between Accusations and Indictments in Georgia

Until you or a family member has been through the criminal justice system, it’s hard to know what to expect after an arrest. We regularly hear from families wondering what comes next. When do you learn what charges have been filed against you, and at what point should...
Criminal Convictions and Restoration of Rights in Georgia

Criminal Convictions and Restoration of Rights in Georgia

When we talk to young clients, we often focus on how proactive representation can protect their future opportunities. Of course, this may mean shortening or avoiding time spent behind bars or on probation—something that’s top of mind for anyone facing criminal...
Attorney for Georgia first-time offenders

Attorney for Georgia first-time offenders

For most young people and their families, a first-time arrest is disorienting. Many folks never expect to have to deal with criminal charges, so when the seriousness of the situation sets in, it can feel frightening. Parents fear that one mistake will completely...
Possession of Schedule I Drugs

Possession of Schedule I Drugs

For teenagers and young adults, a felony drug conviction can throw life off course—sometimes irreparably. Possessing even small quantities of drugs can lead to years in prison, probation and a permanent criminal record. That’s why it’s so important for young people...
PreTrial Diversion Programs

PreTrial Diversion Programs

For many young people, new freedoms, pressure from friends and the desire to take risks will lead to a mistake or two. It’s part of growing up and becoming more mature. But some mistakes come with steeper consequences than others: consequences that can limit an...
Juvenile Theft and Burglary Laws in Georgia

Juvenile Theft and Burglary Laws in Georgia

Because the juvenile court system operates to rehabilitate kids who’ve been involved in crimes, sometimes families underestimate the seriousness of potential punishments. Much comes down to the decisions of the juvenile court judge, the specifics of the incident and...