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Is robbery a felony in Georgia?

If you recently received robbery charges in Georgia, then you may be facing some very serious penalties. Robbery is considered a fairly serious crime, and depending on the type of robbery charge you receive, you may face decades in prison.

Face the difficulties associated with wrongful death claims

Losing a loved one because of a person's negligence or recklessness is difficult for survivors to accept. Unlike a death due to illness or growing older, a sudden wrongful death does not give family members time to process what has happened. As such, the suffering of these people is typically much more intense. When you factor in other losses like lost income and out-of-pocket expenses, it only worsens the hardships.

Tennis coach faces possession charges

Not only can drug possession charges bring you the possibility of fines and jail time, they may also affect your professional life severely — even if the drugs in question are prescription drugs. An assistant men's tennis coach for University of Georgia experienced just this scenario recently after he turned himself in to authorities following the police charging him with felony possession of a controlled substance.

Can a minor face felony charges?

There are many misconceptions about how being a minor may affect the criminal charges a person can face. While minors may receive different sentencing than a legal adult for a similar charge, minors can absolutely face felony charges, and may even be at greater risk in some instances.

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