Facing criminal charges of any kind can be a harrowing experience. If a search of your home has left you accused of drug possession, without intricate knowledge or your legal rights, you might have been uncertain how to respond to the situation.
Taking tests is definitely an integral part of life on most university campuses in Georgia and throughout the nation. You might be the type of student who pulls an all-nighter a day or so before a big exam to cram in as much last-minute study time as you can. On the other hand, perhaps your study habits are much more structured and organized, with a certain amount of time each day or week devoted to the purpose. In the long run, whichever way works best for you is good.
Georgia readers know that drugs can have a significant impact on a person's ability to drive and safely operate a vehicle. Like alcohol, prescription or recreational drugs can affect a person's perception of danger, reaction times and the ability to make safe decisions on the road.
Many college students and other young adults in Georgia enjoy the party scene. You might be one who enjoys hanging out with friends on your free time, perhaps taking in a football game or downing a few cold ones and some popular local cuisine -- boiled peanuts, perhaps? This state has much to offer in the way of amenities and available events and activities for the under-30 crowd. The problem is that partying often leads to trouble.
Facing a drug-related charge can be frightening, as such a charge can quickly impact your reputation and your future. After all, Georgia law treats the crime of drug possession seriously.
As a parent who recently sent your child off to the University of Georgia, you may have felt a sense of pride and apprehension when your son's or daughter's first day of classes began. Though you certainly wanted him or her to experience all that college life has to offer, you likely also wanted your child to focus on schoolwork and stay out of trouble. Of course, young people have a tendency to make mistakes, and your child's mistake may have led to your receiving a phone call from police.
First, Uber arrived. Then it became a part of daily life. Now it claims to have made the world safer.
Since Kirby Smart took over coaching duties for the Georgia Bulldogs, about a dozen player arrests have been made. In fact, at least for a while, this was the most arrests of any team in the SEC. Smart has punished his personnel accordingly; lesser offenses have been met with suspensions from play, while players who’ve committed more serious crimes have been removed from the team altogether.