Monthly Archives: November 2022
How Vehicular Homicide Differs From Murder In Georgia
A conviction for DUI vehicular homicide in Georgia comes with devastating consequences. Not only does the person convicted have to face severe criminal penalties, but worst of all, they have to live the rest of their lives knowing they took an innocent life. DUI homicide is a crime where a drunk driver unintentionally kills… Read More »
Top Tips For Success When Your DUI Case Goes To Court
If you were arrested for DUI in Atlanta, you are probably open to doing anything you can to have a successful day in court. You would not be alone there. While there are no guarantees as to how anyone’s case will go, there are tips that may improve your chances of securing the best… Read More »
Do Georgia Lemon Laws Require Car Manufacturers To Replace Defective Vehicles?
If you recently purchased a new car in the state of Georgia and you bring it home only to find out that it has serious defects, then under the state’s Lemon Law, you need to know that you have rights. Georgia’s “Lemon Law” provides that manufacturers who sell defective cars, trucks, and SUVs, are… Read More »
5 Common Questions About DUI In Georgia
It is probably not your best day when the police pull you over and charge you with a DUI. Each state in the nation has laws for drunk driving and the state of Georgia is no different. When you are arrested and charged with DUI in Georgia, the severity of your penalties will vary… Read More »
How Are Involuntary And Voluntary Manslaughter Different?
The crime of manslaughter is classified as either voluntary or involuntary. For either, there must be no premeditated intent by the accused to kill. When manslaughter is the charge (and not murder), it is because the act of taking a life was not planned in advance. In Georgia, manslaughter is unlawful whether it deemed… Read More »