In Georgia, you need a license for numerous activities. To drive. To work as an interior decorator. To cut hair. To be a nurse. When you need a license or permit, and don't have it, you can get into trouble.
Police in Savannah, Georgia, are searching for the culprit or culprits who decided to alter the statue of a Revolutionary War general with what they're calling "googly eyes."
Three months ago, a Georgia jury found a defendant not guilty of drug charges, returning the verdict in less than 30 minutes. Still, on June 22, the judge in Bartow County Superior Court ordered the man to serve three years in jail, with about 14 months' credit for time served, declaring that the man had violated probation.
Georgia is among the states that use a grand jury system to decide whether to charge a suspect with a crime. But just what is a grand jury?
You've always been a law-abiding citizen, or at least you were until the night you got in a bit of trouble and found yourself wearing handcuffs, sitting in the back of a police car and standing in front of a judge.
If you have never been arrested, it's understandable not to have a clear idea of what transpires after being detained by the police. While it's never going to be a pleasant experience, knowing what to expect may remove some of the fear and uncertainty.
When you are accused of extortion, it means that there is reason to believe that you have made a threat toward someone or their property, or lied to them, in return for financial gain.
It goes without saying that engaging in acts of terrorism is an extremely serious crime that is treated with the highest sensitivity in the United States. While terroristic acts are one thing, making statements and threats is another.
Domestic violence is a serious issue that affects millions of people each year. It doesn't matter how old you are or what type of relationship you are in, domestic violence can occur to anyone. Today, we will take a look at the domestic violence laws in the state of Georgia.
A new marijuana law has taken effect in Atlanta, Georgia, recently and many believe that there are some areas of concern even though the law itself is quite clear. The new law reduces possession of less than an ounce of marijuana to a simple fine that does not come with a criminal conviction or jail time.