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Computer Crimes in Georgia

As our world increasingly goes digital, the occurrence of computer crimes in Georgia has risen exponentially. Cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated, exploiting vulnerabilities in systems and data. It has become crucial for both individuals and businesses to implement robust cybersecurity measures to protect their information. But how can you protect yourself against these cyber-offenses while ensuring fair and just treatment under Georgia law

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Chrisley Knows Best: Charges and Penalties Explained

Todd and Julie Chrisley are a husband-and-wife team that rose to fame for their reality TV show “Chrisley Knows Best.” However, the couple found themselves in legal trouble in August 2019, when they were charged with a dozen counts of financial white collar crimes, including conspiracy to defraud banks, wire fraud, and tax evasion. White-collar

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When are the police able to search my vehicle?

This is one of the questions we get asked most often. Let’s look at the laws in place to protect your rights and the exceptions that allow police to conduct a search. The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution provides protection from unreasonable searches and seizures. What does that even mean? Well, it means that in

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Under investigation? What can you do? Medicaid Fraud Atlanta, Georgia

Healthcare and Medical Fraud, including Medicaid and Medicare fraud, recoveries by the US Government have seen a steady rise over the past few years. That’s to say, the amount the US Justice System has recovered from convicted defendants is up. As part of the prosecutions, the DOJ has also sought fines, restitution and forfeitures. From

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About Atlanta

Are violent crimes on the rise post-COVID?

The 2020 COVID pandemic has had long-lasting effects on the Atlanta community. The mandatory quarantine after the initial wave caused a flurry of unforeseen effects. Businesses closed, marriages ended, incidents of domestic violence rose, as well as crime generally.  To make matters worse, the political climate is further dividing us as a society (including a sharp increase in

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Can your cell phone conversations or text message conversations be subpoenaed?

The 5 Most Famous White Collar Crimes See how Maddoff, Enron, and Wells Fargo all got caught. Click Here Misdemeanor Vs Felony in Georgia What’s the difference in Georgia between a misdemeanor and a felony? How can it affect a charge? Click Here RICO charges explained How and why did Young Thug and Gunna get

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How the Second Chance Law Affects You

How the Second Chance Law Affects You

A senate bill (SB 288) has been passed that will affect Georgians starting next year. Here’s how the second chance law affects you: From January 1, 2021, SB 288 will become effective. This legislation, signed by Gov. Brian Kemp, will enable rehabilitated Georgians to petition the court to have certain misdemeanor convictions restricted and sealed.

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