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How Much Force Can You Use in Defending Your Home?

If a would-be intruder tries to enter your home, your natural first instinct is to fight him off. If an intruder dies or suffers injury as a result of confrontation with you, then you may face some serious charges. To what extent can you legally use force to defend your home? What Georgia Law Says […]


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Doctors: Don’t Let Medicaid Fraud Ruin Your Career

Medicaid fraud is a serious matter. Every time someone commits Medicaid fraud, it ultimately steals funds away from innocent people who rely on them. If you’re a medical professional such as a doctor, a charge of Medicaid fraud can ruin your career. What Is Medicaid Fraud? Medicaid fraud is a serious offense on both the […]


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Start 2019 with a Clean Criminal Record!

What are your New Year’s resolutions for this year? Perhaps you’ve resolved to improve your health or relationships or set goals in regard to your career or personal finances. Whatever you’ve chosen, one thing is for sure: a criminal conviction is almost guaranteed to ruin those plans. Are you facing criminal charges? Criminal defense attorney […]


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What Is Mortgage Fraud?

Mortgage fraud is a serious and widespread crime that’s easier to be charged with than you may realize. Once you understand what mortgage fraud is, you can stay far away from it or get professional help if you are facing potential fraud charges. Two Kinds of Mortgage Fraud Mortgage fraud comes in two main categories: […]


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Asset Forfeiture: Know Your Rights!

Asset forfeiture is something you must understand in the event that you are accused of a federal crime. If you aren’t prepared, your personal property and rights can be violated. What Is Asset Forfeiture? Asset forfeiture is when the authorities confiscate any materials or property connected with an alleged crime. For example, such assets may […]


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What’s the Difference Between Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault?

Being charged with sexual assault in the State of Georgia can have lifelong repercussions. It’s smart to know exactly what the differences are between an accusation of sexual harassment and sexual assault. Sexual Harassment Sexual harassment involves creating a hostile working environment by making comments or suggestions that make workers feel uncomfortable. Harassment can include […]


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What Constitutes Bank Fraud?

Bank fraud covers a variety of white collar crimes. People tend to get caught up in bank fraud since they believe they’re not harming anyone in particular. Contrary to such impressions, however, bank fraud is still a crime that results in hefty charges. Definition of Bank Fraud There are two main methods of attempting bank […]


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Steps You Can Take When Faced with Vehicular Manslaughter Charges

Facing possible manslaughter charges after a deadly car accident can leave you feeling lost and worried about the future. How do you protect yourself in the aftermath of a tragedy? Atlanta Defense Attorney Richard Grossman outlines the steps to take.


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How Do Police Catch People to Charge Them with Internet Sex Crimes?

The Internet can feel like a pretty secure place for you to take care of work and business matters. That’s why it feels like an invasion of your privacy and freedom when the law accuses you of possessing or sharing illegal images. How does Atlanta law enforcement find out who to blame for Internet sex […]


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Is Kidnapping a Federal Crime?

Kidnapping is a serious crime, but does it carry charges on a federal level? Atlanta Defense Attorney Richard Grossman explains what you need to know. Kidnapping – a Federal Crime in Certain Situations Generally-speaking, the State of Georgia handles cases of kidnapping. But there are much more serious federal charges in the following cases:


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