Drugs are known to knock people off track and ruin lives, often through the stigma of a criminal conviction for possession or use of a controlled substance. But what if you were in trouble for someone else's crime? What if you didn't know a drug was illegal? It is important to fight for your rights.
Everyone, especially minors, knows that the legal age for consuming alcohol is 21 years in the United States. However, most people have at least tried alcohol before they reach that age. In Georgia and 44 other states, there are some legal options for minors to have alcohol.
Trucks keep America going, and nearly all Americans use something that came on a truck every day. Most motorists know that trucks are part of life on the road and take the proper precautions when driving near them. However, even highly aware drivers cannot always prevent a collision.
Imagine you're struck by a speeding driver and your car goes out of control and into a ditch. You're seriously hurt with a broken leg, and as you watch the driver who caused the accident zoom away, you realize that with that driver goes your chances of holding him accountable for the crash.
Going out for a night on the town with friends is an important way to blow off steam for many Georgia residents. However, people need to be careful when it's time to go home at the end of the night. One wrong decision could result in serious legal consequences if a motorist gets arrested and accused of driving while intoxicated.