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How prescription drugs can land your teen under arrest

Alcohol and marijuana are still the most common substances used by teens. However, as it's become increasingly common for kids to be prescribed drugs like Adderall and various pain killers and mood stabilizers, more are becoming addicted to them. A study by the National Institute on Drug Abuse found that a quarter of prescription drug abusers began using the drugs before they were even in their teens.

What does Georgia law say about CBD products?

Products containing CBD have become mainstream. Lotions, oils, coffee and even dog treats containing CBD are marketed as a treatment for pain and anxiety. CBD comes from hemp plants. Although marijuana comes from the same plant family, most CBD products contain little, if any, THC -- the ingredient in marijuana that produces the "high."

How good kids can get arrested on spring break

Your child's a good kid. Unfortunately, you can't say the same thing about some of their friends. Maybe you trust their friends, but they're talking about driving to Fort Lauderdale for spring break. Who knows what kind of people they'll run in to? You've seen those spring break movies. Maybe you lived a few of them yourself back in the day.

Is your teen in trouble? Why hiring a lawyer may be a good idea

Cumming-area parents understand that their teens may not always make the best decisions. Despite doing everything they can, sometimes teens don't heed their parents, advice and wind up in situations that they can't get out of. Sometimes, these situations result in a teen getting arrested. If it comes to this, parents should seek out the advice of an attorney.

Is it possible to defend oneself against theft charges?

When a Georgia resident is accused of committing a crime, many people take it for granted that the accused must have committed the crime in question. However, false accusations and misunderstandings are very common in criminal law, which is why the accused is always entitled to a criminal defense.

Can teens face drug charges in accidental overdose cases?

It is likely that many Georgia residents are unaware of how easy it is for teens to get their hands on drugs they should not have. It is even more likely that they do not know these same children, who are getting them from their parent's cupboards and sharing them with their children, may be charged as drug dealers, even if they are not selling the drugs but giving them away.

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