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Can a Spouse of a Convicted Felon Own a Gun in Georgia?



By:  Mary Agramonte Georgia law prohibits people convicted of felonies from possessing firearms. Similarly, people currently on first offender probation are also not allowed to carry guns. You must be discharged from probation as a first offender without an adjudication of guilt in order to lawfully possess a firearm. Felons cannot have guns unless and […]

Georgia DUI Law: DUI and Your Record



An arrest and/or conviction for DUI in Georgia will impact your record. There are two types of records, a criminal record, maintained by the Georgia Crime and Information Center (GCIC) and your driving record, also called a Motor Vehicle Report (MVR – maintained by the Department of Driver’s Services). This article serves to explain how […]

Juvenile Traffic Attorney in Georgia



When someone under the age of 17 receives a traffic ticket, the Juvenile Court in the county where the offense occurred carries jurisdiction to handle it. Traffic tickets given to children under the age of 17 are classified in one of two ways. 1) Juvenile Traffic or 2) Delinquency case. Some of the most common […]

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