You're not just facing minor drug charges. Police are saying you intended to distribute the drugs. That could lead to a strict sentence.
Georgia's drivers rank among the most dangerous in the nation. At least, a recent report in the International Business Times says so.
Statistically speaking, driving at night is more dangerous than driving during the day. It's not because there are more car accidents. There are fewer. However, the odds of passing away in an accident start to climb as it gets dark.
When Jonathan found he could no longer lift the heavy crates he was expected to as part of his job, his doctor suggested he apply for Social Security Disability Benefits (SSDI). Jonathan was shocked. He knew he was having trouble, but assumed that he could just segue into another job at his company--for example a desk job.
John was driving home from work, when he was pulled over by the police. He couldn't imagine what the issue was, but when the officers started to question him about where he had been over the weekend and whether he was near the Piggly Wiggly, John became very nervous.
The presidential Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety, led by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, is urging caution before making any major changes to marijuana policy. It also recommends working collaboratively with the Treasury Department to make banking easier for legal marijuana businesses.
If you've been accused of driving while under the influence, you should know that Georgia is one of the highest-ranking states when looking at how stiff DUI penalties really are.
The police must get a warrant to carry out an official search in an area where you have an expectation of privacy. With only a few exceptions such as if they think evidence is actively being destroyed, for example, they must have a warrant to search your home.
Many drivers have a mental image of what a DUI arrest could look like. It may entail being pulled over after swerving on a highway. Others may picture a DUI checkpoint when driving home from a party at night.