A six-month long investigation by the Georgia Board of Workers' Compensation ended with the arrest of two people. Various accusations of fraudulent acts resulted in multiple felony charges. Of those arrested, one apparently has ties to a MLB player in another state.
In an ironic twist, a company that monitors people facing allegations of violating probation is now facing allegations of unconstitutional behavior. This development may cause the company to refund hundreds, possibly even thousands of dollars, to people for unnecessary penalties and damages.
When two young people are charged with a crime, they often need a good defense to make sure it stays off of their permanent record. However, when those criminal charges include murder, the teens needs the best defense they can possibly put forth.
When an Atlanta resident is accused of a robbery, they likely need a good defense. However, when a couple of men are accused of robbing a woman at gun point, in front of her home, they need a strong criminal defense.
Most people who have mental illnesses are treated with medication or placed under the care of someone who can monitor their behavior and attempt to help them with their mental health problems. But when treatment and monitoring doesn't work, sometimes mental illness can cause people to act out in a way they wouldn't otherwise. One Georgia man who apparently has a history of mental illness now faces significant criminal charges for an alleged incident in a local school.
When a defendant faces serious charges, the potential consequences they might endure could change throughout the defense process. During discovery, evidence could be uncovered that could benefit the defendant by reducing or dropping some or all of the charges. Unfortunately, it could lead to additional charges and more serious penalties for the defendant.
When a man who is already a convicted felon is accused of any type of violent crime, he typically needs assistance. However, when the criminal charges include murder and child cruelty, the man needs one of the best criminal defenses possible.
Typically, when someone is driving and is hit by another driver, the man who is hit does not expect to be sued. However, when that driver was allegedly making a U-turn and the driver who hit him was a motorcycle rider who was then killed, he could be facing serious criminal charges.
When someone is accused of robbery, it is often difficult to defend against the charges. However, when someone is accused of being a serial robber or any significantly large amount of felonies, that person needs to put forth the best defense possible on multiple fronts.