Category Archives: General
Massive Accident Causes Semi-Truck Carrying 10,000 Pounds Of Candles To Catch On Fire
In 2021, a massive accident involving multiple vehicles and semi-trucks occurred on I-285 in Atlanta. The accident occurred on I-285 southbound, near the airport, during rush hour. Witnesses report that the accident was precipitated when the driver of a truck either fell or jumped outside of the moving vehicle. The still-moving truck then went… Read More »
Shocking 45% Increase In Pedestrian Fatalities
A new study has revealed a shocking 45% increase in pedestrian deaths over the past decade. The study highlights roadway design as a key cause of these fatalities, and emphasizes the need for cities to better plan their roadways to safely accommodate travel for pedestrians as well as people who use wheelchairs, scooters, and… Read More »
What Happens If I Violate My Probation In Georgia?
Many criminal offenses carry the likelihood of jail sentence, or in more serious cases, even time in prison. Being sentenced to probation under those circumstances can feel like a huge relief, until you realize that complying with its terms and conditions is essentially a very stressful full-time job. Probation presents a wonderful opportunity for… Read More »
I’ve Been Charged With Vehicular Homicide In Georgia: What’s Next?
Being charged with vehicular homicide can be a terrifying and overwhelming experience. In addition to trying to process the trauma, grief, and fallout of the accident, you are likely confused and scared about what comes next and what your life will look like. What is Vehicular Homicide? Vehicular homicide charges are brought against the… Read More »
Federal Lemon Laws
One of the most cherished experiences for many Americans is buying a car. Buying a car is a symbol of freedom and, depending on the make and model of the car, is also a status symbol. When you buy a new car, you expect it to run well, with few or no issues. Unfortunately,… Read More »
Is Driving Sick as Dangerous as Driving Drunk?
It’s the time of year when people start giving more than just gifts. People are handing more than presents to their friends and family. They are also sharing illness. Head colds and the flu are passed between people easily and quickly. While some people avoid taking medicine, waiting for their illness to resolve on… Read More »
Hawkins Spizman Driving High? The Potalyzer Can Tell
More states today are legalizing the use of marijuana, either for medical or recreational purposes. As the legal use of the drug grows, lawmakers and enforcement officials worry about what will happen when more people drive under the influence of marijuana. Up until now, there was no reliable test to determine whether someone had… Read More »
Woman Tries to Dodge DUI Charge
A New Jersey woman came up with quite an inventive story to avoid her companion being hit with a charge of driving under the influence. According to police reports, the woman came up with a story of being attacked as a reason that she had to leave a Wayne bar. Hayley Oates, of Parsippany,… Read More »