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DUI and Cinco de Mayo

Posted by Michael D. Barber | May 04, 2019 | 0 Comments

Beware of a possible DUI resulting from your Cinco De Mayo celebrations will be going on all around Atlanta with various locations celebrating the holiday bannering Authentic Mexican traditions and meals all around Atlanta, Decatur, Roswell, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Lawrenceville and many other locations all around metro Atlanta according t...

DUI Implied Consent law signed by Governor Kemp

Posted by Michael D. Barber | Apr 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

Governor Kemp signs new Implied Consent Bill into law for DUI Arrests. When the Decision by the Georgia Supreme court first came out in Elliott v. State it appeared that the state was going to have an issue with implied consent in Georgia. Almost immediately, the legislature began “reacting” to attempt their fix on the issue. I previously wrote a blog about this bi...

Why a battery or assault charge can ruin everything

Posted by Michael D. Barber | Apr 19, 2019 | 0 Comments

Simple Battery can happen to anyone and the effects it has can last a lifetime. On march 2, 2019 Defensive Back for the Georgia Bulldogs Latavious Brini for Simple Battery (according to 247Sports). Now he will have to deal with the court system instead of enjoying his summer or preparing for football in the fall.

Why Aggravated Battery charges can fail

Posted by Michael D. Barber | Apr 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

Aggravated battery charges, and battery charges in general have the potential for abuse in the way that they are used. Even at first glance some cases appear questionable for the ability to be used under the statute. Only a thorough investigation of the evidence can determine a proper defense for any violent crime charge. . .

How a DUI can turn into a Felony:

Posted by Michael D. Barber | Mar 30, 2019 | 0 Comments

Late Saturday night a woman, Tessa Marie Openalnder, from Richmond Hill Georgia was traveling on Bellinger Hill Road just outside of Savannah and the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge when she was involved in a one car accident. (Island Packet news). There were two other occupants inside the vehi...

Why facts are important to a warrant and arrest

Posted by Michael D. Barber | Mar 28, 2019 | 0 Comments

Various agencies for the government arrested Jermaine Hewitt who is previously accused of being the Motorcycle Bandit. (AJC). The agencies were composed of task force officers attempting to locate a individual who was scouting luxury cars and robbing the individuals driving those vehicles. The ...

Why Driving habits are important for DUI stops

Posted by Michael D. Barber | Mar 25, 2019 | 0 Comments

When Danny Ware was arrested in Athens while returning to the University of Georgia to complete his degree after his NFL appearances with the Giants and the Titans it was clear that there was an issue that needed attention. Ware was arrested for Driving Under the Influence, Reckless Driving, Po...

Why warrants matter: The Icebox Robbery

Posted by Michael D. Barber | Mar 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

Various agencies for the government raided a home and business in relation to warrants taken out for robberies at the famous Icebox Jewelry store in Buckhead. (CBS, AJC, Cobb Courier news and WSB). The agencies were composed of a joint task force between the Atlanta Police and Cobb county. They ...

School Bus Driver arrested for DUI

Posted by Michael D. Barber | Mar 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

According to various sources, Atlanta Journal and Constitution, and WSBTV a Bartow County School Bus Driver was arrested for DUI. The headlines even made national news on the New York Post. According to investigation, the driver Sharon McCreedy Fisher was pulled over by Emerson Police and after ...

Charged with DUI after a fatal accident

Posted by Michael D. Barber | Mar 12, 2019 | 0 Comments

A man was traveling through the intersection at hurricane shoals road on 316 when he rear ended a vehicle and was then charged with a Gwinnett County DUI under O.C.G.A. 40-6-391 according to the Gwinnett Post. The man, Michael Hall, was in possession of Marijuana and Methamphetamine and admitted ...

Open Continer laws up for Debate Again In Marietta

Posted by Michael D. Barber | Mar 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

Marietta to vote again on Open Container laws for the square. According to the Atlanta Journal and constitution, the City of Marietta was to vote on allowing alcoholic beverages on the square and around many business that currently provide alcohol in their establishments. Marietta would be the 5...

Conor McGregor Arrested for Robbery by Force

Posted by Michael D. Barber | Mar 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

A potential misunderstanding leads to an arrest for Strong Arm Robbery (Robbery by Force in Georgia) and Criminal Mischief (Disorderly Conduct in Georgia). Many people don't realize that the crime of Robbery can happen as a result of a misunderstanding or defense, but its even more surprising wh...

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