College Park, Georgia is home to the College Park Municipal Court where Kim Cornwell prosecutes DUI, traffic, marijuana, and City Ordinance cases made by the College Park Police Department. The Honorable Judge Honorable Monica Ewing presides over the College Park Municipal Court which is located at 3717 College Street in College Park, Georgia. One […]
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Roswell, Georgia is home to the Roswell Municipal Court where Judge Brian Hansford presides over DUI, Traffic, Marijuana, and other City Violation cases brought by Roswell Police Department. The Roswell Municipal Court is located at 38 Hill Street in Roswell, Georgia. One of the most common cases we see in the Roswell Municipal Court […]
The First Offender Act is a progressive statute implemented by the State of Georgia where a person who has never been convicted of a prior felony offense can be sentenced on a pending charge, but subsequently, have those charges sealed by the court if he/she successfully completes their First Offender sentence. According to O.C.G.A. § […]
Following a DUI conviction, the State of Georgia has authority to suspend/ revoke the driver’s license of the accused. However, the length of the suspension/ revocation depends on his/her past criminal history. In Georgia, the Department of Driver’s Services determines the duration of a license suspension/ revocation by looking at the past 5 years of […]
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In Georgia, a family violence battery is the identical charge of battery except that the alleged victim in the case has some sort of familial connection to the accused. The State of Georgia also takes family violence offenses very seriously and they can prosecute the accused of family violence, even if the victim does not […]
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