I’ve already bonded out so why did I get arrested?

This blog by Georgia Criminal Defense Attorney addressed the question of how there can be an arrest order or an arrest warrant for someone even though they have already bonded out on the charges. We have dealt with this issue...

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What is a Prosecutor’s Favorite Evidence in a DUI Trial

Hey, folks, Ryan Brown from J. Ryan Brown law, we’re going to talk about what a prosecutor’s favorite piece of evidence is in a DUI trial is. So, for the DUI prosecutors out there, what is one thing that if...

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Should I Take a Polygraph?

This blog discusses polygraphs and other lie detection techniques that law enforcement officers may use when interrogating someone. Polygraphs are something that I get asked about quite a bit, especially in sex cases where the prosecutors and cops rarely have...

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Mike v. State – Georgia Case Demonstrates How Exposing Oneself Can Lead to Child Molestation Charges

Child Molestation crimes oftentimes involve allegations of an adult making illegal sexual contact (an immoral or indecent act) with a child. It is true, however, that an act of child molestation can occur with no physical contact whatsoever. And, in these...

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Fines and Fees: The True Cost of Fines When Convicted a Drug Crime in Coweta Superior Court

Drug cases are some of the most common that we defend in Coweta Superior Court. With the exception of some of the more serious crimes like trafficking, it is commonplace for prosecutors to ask for a fine. In the past, prosecutors...

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Do I Get Credit for My Time Served?

You may have spent a significant amount of time in jail before bonding out or being sentenced for a crime. If you did, then I am sure you are curious about whether or not you will receive credit for the time...

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Bond Conditions in Child Molestation and other Sex Cases

Can I get a bond in a child molestation case? Yes! But, you should expect conditions of that bond. The first question we always get when we are hired on a case is “what about a bond?” It is the...

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What Happens When the Cop Doesn’t Read Me My Rights?

All arrests are hectic. Whether it is for simple marijuana possession or murder, arrests are hectic. There are oftentimes cops everywhere, flashing blue lights, it may be early in the morning or late and night, and there is simply a...

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