Getting a Speedy Trial in Georgia

There are two ways to demand a speedy trial in Georgia. There is a Constitutional speedy trial demand and a statutory speedy trial demand. One of them comes from rights given to you by the Constitution and the other comes...

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SCOGA Deal Blow to DUI Prosecutions – Stands up for Georgian’s Liberty

Article I, Section I, Paragraph XVI of the Georgia Constitution reads in its entirety: “No person shall be compelled to give testimony tending in any manner to be self-incriminating.” This provision first appeared in Georgia’s Constitution in 1877 and remains current...

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Carrollton Officer Fired for Attack on Civilian is an Example Why Body Cams Need to be on Every Officer

Police departments across the country have begun implementing body cameras. Many of the local law enforcement agencies here in West Georgia have begin to outfit each of their officers with high definition body cams on their officers. In light of this, I...

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Man Arrested for Trafficking Following Discovery of Marijuana Gummy Bears

A Georgia man was arrested for trafficking after law enforcement confiscated a large amount of edibles. Fox 5 reported that that the man purchased the edibles from California and sought to have them delivered through the mail to Georgia. Before they...

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Supreme Court of Georgia Strikes Down Lifetime Electronic Monitoring of “Sexually Dangerous Predators”

In the past couple of weeks SCOTUS has published quite a few opinions that were victories for the civil liberties afforded Americans in the United States Constitution. Today, Chief Justice Melton continued freedom’s hot streak. In 2003 Mr. Joseph Park...

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Georgia has Campus Carry so Why Was Malkom Parrish Arrested?

If you are a fan of the Dawgs, or college football in general, you have seen that former UGA defensive back Malkom Parrish was arrested earlier this week for possessing a concealed weapon inside of the Ramsey Student Center. Specifically...

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