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Defenses used to fight sex crime charges in Georgia

Facing a sex crime charge in Georgia can be terrifying, especially if you thought what you were doing was consensual. Even if you have faced criminal charges before, a charge of a sex crime can be very difficult to handle. That's why you need to know the common defenses that can be used in court to fight these charges. You just might be able to have the charges dropped or even reduced.

Coping tips for a loved one's wrongful death

The loss of a loved one is never easy. It can be an even more difficult situation when the loved one died due to the negligence of another. This is known as wrongful death. Sadly, wrongful death is common in Georgia. Wrongful death occurs on job sites, at emergency scenes, because of motor vehicle accidents, murder and other reasons. Here are some tips for coping with the wrongful death of a loved one.

How to spot distracted drivers in Georgia

Distracted driving is a serious problem across the country, including the state of Georgia. Law enforcement agencies are doing everything possible to curb this issue as much as they can. Distracted driving can be very dangerous. It can also be deadly. Here's how you can spot distracted drivers on the roads of Georgia so you know when to get out of the way or safely off the road.

How will you build your drunk driving defense?

Drunk driving charges may arise many different ways, but all drunk driving charges should be met with strong scrutiny and a well built legal defense. Facing a DUI is not the same as facing some minor traffic violation, but some defendants choose to treat these charges with the same attention they might show to a ticket for speeding. Some drivers may even assume that penalties are lighter for first time offenders, so there is no great need to be fight the charges,which is simply handing the prosecution a gift-wrapped conviction.

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