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Are You Liable When Your Dog Attacks?

A dog attack can be a serious event that leaves long-term physical and emotional scars. Children have an especially hard time recovering from the trauma. The state of Georgia has firm laws on what happens when a dog attacks. These are often compounded by local ordinances. Such laws are laid down even harder when it […]


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Have You Been Charged with Homicide in a Motor Vehicle Accident?

Exactly what causes a motor vehicle crash is not always clear, despite how cut-and-dry it may appear to some. An accident can happen in just a couple seconds, too fast for anyone to know what happened. Weather conditions, vehicular problems, and the mindset of drivers can all influence what happens in an accident. With so […]


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Manhunt in Putnam County

It’s impossible to miss the news headlines this week. Two highly dangerous criminals escaped from a prison transport vehicle on Tuesday, June 13, killing two correctional officers in the process. The escape has triggered a manhunt all across the state of Georgia. The prison bus was transporting 33 inmates and two guards. When inmates Donnie […]


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Caught Possessing Marijuana? Call Our Atlanta Lawyers

Atlanta legal experts are considering making the possession of marijuana a misdemeanor. But as of now, the state still considers the crime to be a felony if you’re caught with more than an ounce. Yet, people with medical conditions such as chronic pain, Parkinson’s Disease, ASD, and many others, continue to use cannabis to soothe […]


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Innocent? How to Fight Off Kidnapping Charges

You’ve just gone through a nasty divorce. Neither you nor your ex seem to see eye to eye on anything anymore…even with the kids. You’ve just finished with your weekend visitation when your entire day goes to pot…the car breaks down, and of course your cell phone is completely dead. There’s no way you’re making […]


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Play with Fire and You Could Get . . . Charged with Arson?

As you likely already know, arson is setting fire to something with criminal intent. But it’s not such a cut-and-dry situation. Crime Attorney Richard Grossman has the experience necessary to give you a solid defense if you find yourself charged with arson. Here are some fast facts about arson conviction in Georgia.


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What’s the Difference Between a Federal and State Crime?

If you aren’t familiar with the differences between state and federal crimes, now is the time to brush up on some basics. Federal And State Law The United States Constitution has a clause called the Supremacy Clause. This provision allows for states to pretty much govern themselves until the point of conflict with federal law. […]


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How Could You Be Accused of Credit Card Fraud?

A charge of credit card fraud often takes people by surprise. In fact, it’s easier to commit fraud than you might think. So easy, that it can happen unintentionally. Some of the ways people get entangled with a fraud charge start out very small. Ask yourself how you’re doing in the following areas: Credit Card […]


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What’s the Difference Between Drug Trafficking and Drug Possession?

Being charged with possession is not as serious as being implicated in drug trafficking or distribution, but both are still pretty heavy charges. Possessing drugs is usually classed as a misdemeanor. Being found with marijuana up to a certain amount is serious but won’t result in the worst penalties. However, simply possessing other harder substances […]


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Trespassing: Lawful or Unlawful?

Almost everyone understands that “trespassing” is unlawfully entering private property. Things get confusing, though, in light of an actual trespassing charge. Georgia Criminal Trespass Laws Knowingly entering someone’s property when you’re not allowed constitutes a misdemeanor in Georgia. Entering with the malicious intent of damaging property or willfully interfering with another person’s enjoyment of their […]


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