What’s Probable Cause?

You have most likely heard about probable cause from an officer or a TV show, and it is often confused with reasonable suspicion. Knowing the difference can result in you possibly dismissing your case with no charges. Probable cause is...

Breaking Down Murder vs. Manslaughter

Killing another person has many different names. Depending on how it is labeled, the penalty can be severe, which is why it is important to hire a reputable attorney. Manslaughter is similar to murder because it is the unlawful killing...

What are the Basics of Getting Divorced in Georgia?

All states have special requirements for getting divorced. Georgia’s laws enable “no-fault” reasons for getting a divorce. Of course, there are other premises for separating such as adultery, abuse, etc. However, one partner doesn’t have to be at fault for...