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December 2014 Archives

Drug Charges:Cops claim Georgia teacher let teens smoke marijuana

Drug Charges: Most teachers are committed to the well-being of their students. In fact, many put in extra hours to help tutor their students to help them be successful in school. However, police claim that a social studies teacher in Georgia was actually allowing teenagers to come to her house to smoke marijuana instead of receiving tutoring.

Accused of tax fraud? Don't let federal prosecutors bully you

There is a significant distinction between state and federal charges, but for many people in Georgia, there may be a significant amount of confusion between the two. Before a person accused of any crime can proceed, understanding the differences between these two types of charges can be crucial to a favorable outcome. Those dealing with federal charges such as insurance or tax fraud may have extra considerations to take into account.

Criminal Defense:Investment Fraud and Willful Blindness Doctrine

Criminal Defense:   U.S. District Judge Laura Taylor Swain sentenced Bernie Madoff's assistant, Annette Bongiorno, 67, to six years in prison - a lenient sentence far less than recommended by the federal sentencing guidelines.  During sentencing, Judge Taylor told Ms. Bongiorno that she had "willfully blinded herself," and "chose Madoff's blessing" over "her own moral compass."

Police arrest 8 individuals on drug charges in Georgia

Marijuana can come in various forms. One new form of marijuana, known as "ear wax," is becoming more common in some parts of Georgia. However, no matter what form of the drug one is in possession of, it is still against the law. Eight individuals found this out after they were recently arrested on drug charges during two separate drug busts by law enforcement officials.

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