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First Offender Probation in Georgia

Posted by Ryan Brown | Jan 26, 2019 | 0 Comments

The First Offender Act is available to many people facing criminal charges in Georgia. If a defendant has not previously been convicted of a felony, that defendant upon entering a plea of guilty, nolo contendere, or being found guilty at trial may be sentenced under the provisions of the first of...

What is a Grand Jury?

Posted by Ryan Brown | Dec 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

WHAT IS A GRAND JURY? Before we answer this question, let's discuss some important basics of criminal law. There are two ways that someone can be charged with a crime. The first is an accusation and the second is an indictment. An accusation is when a prosecutor themselves charges someone with a...

Former Police Officer to be Arrested on Incest Warrant

Posted by Ryan Brown | Dec 04, 2018 | 0 Comments

Former Police Officer to be Arrested on Incest Warrant It has been reported by the Newnan Times Herald that a Grantville police officer was terminated when the GBI obtained two warrants for his arrest. Grantville is a small city south of Newnan in the southernmost part of Coweta County.The repor...

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