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Criminal Defense

Plea In Absentia: when you can’t appear in court

If I’m not from ‘Around Here’ – how do I deal with a Speeding Ticket in Georgia? If you were just ‘passing through’ on your way to work or enjoying a visit, being arrested or ticketed can change your trip dramatically. McGahren Law has comprehensive experience representing clients with traffic offenses and more serious misdemeanors such as DUI and drug possession charges, criminal, and [ MORE » ]
Plea In Absentia: when you can’t appear in court
Posted in Criminal Defense

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DUI Defense

While Driving Under the Influence or Driving While Intoxicated are considered misdemeanors in Georgia, unless there is; an accident, reckless driving, or injury to another person — the punishment often drags out, and leaves you with; community service, fines totaling in the thousands and numerous demands on your time. You may also lose your license for a year or more. All while holding down [ MORE » ]
DUI Defense
Posted in Criminal Defense

Georgia Texting Ban

Do you text while you drive? On June 4, 2010, Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue signed into law Senate Bill 360. This law makes it illegal for anyone, of any age, to text while they are driving. This includes reading texts messages, checking e-mail, or any or text related activities. Law enforcement began to enforce the new texting ban on July 1, 2010. Anyone caught [ MORE » ]
Georgia Texting Ban
Posted in Criminal Defense

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