U.S. Supreme Court strikes down key parts of Arizona Immigration Law

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled largely in favor of the federal government in a case involving Arizona’s immigration law, striking down most of its key provisions.  However, it upheld the most controversial provision involving checks on people’s immigration status while enforcing other laws. UPHELD: The Court let stand a provision that lets police check a […]

PSL wishes to thank Jim Parkman

The Peach State Lawyers would like to thank super lawyer Jim Parkman for taking time out of his busy schedule to speak to our office.  Mr. Parkman spoke to us about his over 30 years of legal experience, especially his expertise in trying cases.  It is always an honor when seasoned trial attorneys take the […]

Happy Birthday Miranda Rights!

Ignorance of the law is not a defense.  The Peach State Lawyers want you to know the law so you can protect your rights. Today we will be talking about the Miranda rights/warning.  These are the rights that everyone knows about, or has at least heard on television!   “You have the right to remain silent, […]

Jury Duty for Peach State Lawyer

The Peach State Lawyers would like to wish our friend and fellow Peach State Lawyer Mike Jacobs well as he spends this week performing one of the most important of all civic duties: jury duty. Article III, Section 2 of the Constitution of the United States states, “The Trial of all Crimes, except in Cases […]

Municipal Court of Atlanta Strikes Again

Peach State Lawyer Daniel Farnsworth here.  I was in the Municipal Court of Atlanta today once again trying to correct the court’s error. Background: If you have a court date and you fail to appear in court, the court may report this Failure to Appear (FTA) to the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS).  DDS […]