Child Support Basics in Georgia

What is Child Support? Child support is the result of a relationship or a marriage ending when one parent has to make payments to the other party on a regular basis. The payment is to help the custodial parent financially in regards to taking care of their child. Even if their is joint custody of…

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Terms You Need To Know About Child Visitation In Georgia

Best Interest of the Child The context of which visitation rights are decided Grandparent Visitation Visitation awarded to the grandparents that doesn’t interfere with the parent child relationship Guardian ad Litem A third party evaluator who determines the details of the relationships between the child and each parent Legitimate Acknowledgment Process of the father of the child…

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Have You Been Charged Under Georgia's 3 Strikes Law

Three Strikes law is provision about half of the states have adopted to keep habitual offenders of felony crimes off the street. The result of being charged with a 3 strikes law is 25 years to life without the ability for parole. In Georgia these offenses count towards your 3 strikes: Murder Kidnapping Rape Aggravated…

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Just What Does a Georgia Grand Jury Do

Grand jury proceedings in Georgia are used for capital cases, which involve crimes like murder, rape, or kidnapping. In order to get an indictment prosecutors have to present the case in front of a grand jury. In Georgia, this is consists of 16-23 jurors randomly selected citizens within the county where the crime is being…

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Georgia Man Charged with Death of Business Partner

Ross Byrne was arrested at a Woodstock Bakery for planning a 2014 murder of his business partner to become sole owner in their business. Byrne is being charged with malice murder and racketeering 10 days after Johnathan Allan Wheeler was found guilty of stabbing Moore (the business partner) 32 times until he died. Wheeler was…

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When Does Substance Abuse Affect Child Custody

At the point, when a parent battles with illicit drug use, his parental rights might be changed. During a divorce, a court may deny a parent guardianship on the off chance that he has untreated drug abuse or addiction problems. The court may end his parental rights totally on the off chance that he doesn’t…

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What Happens During and After an Arrest

Being Arrested When somebody is arrested, the police must pursue certain lawful methods during and after the arrest process so as to follow your lawful rights. An official arrest happens when police arrest you are not allowed to leave the arresting official. The officer is responsible for reading you your Miranda rights, which were established…

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Consequences of Money Laundering in Georgia

Money laundering is money being made to show up as though it has been gotten by lawful methods. It is hard to evaluate the aggregate sum of cash that is illicitly washed in spots like Georgia and elsewhere. The approximate volume of cash washed universally in a year is about $800 billion – $2 trillion…

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3 Cherokee County Armed Robbery Suspects Are Indicted

The Woodstock BB&T was robbed by two men who fled the scene of the crime as the police were arriving on scene. The police chase ensued until the two men crashed into a police vehicle at an intersection and were unable to continue driving. The police officer who prompted the crash chased the two on…

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Selling or Giving Away Prescribed Medication Is A Crime

Prescription Prescribed medication is only intended for the individual for which it was prescribed. Any person who takes a drug not prescribed to them is committing an illegal act. Possessing a drug prescribed to someone else is also illegal. Even if you offer your friend a drug that would help them out both parties can…

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