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November 2018 Archives

Criminal Defense Attorney Dan Conaway Radio Show

Criminal defense attorney Dan Conaway has joined forces with Mike Brooks and created a radio show based on his best selling book, Arrested.  Each week, you can listen to a new episode of his podcast here.  Also, you can purchase his book on Amazon.com.  For further criminal defense blogs, click here.

The stigma of white collar offenses

When someone is charged with white collar offenses, they may have concerns about how these allegations will affect them financially, whether they have to pay stiff fines or end up losing their job as a result of the case. Or, they may worry about spending time behind bars. While these are serious problems for many people who are charged with a white collar offense, there are many other ways in which someone's life can be upended when they are charged with a white collar crime. For example, the stigma surrounding these charges could unravel their life in various ways.

Was that drug search legal?

In Georgia, police are often cracking down on drug-related crimes despite the fact that many think the "war on drugs" has ended. Conaway & Strickler, PC, Attorneys at Law, are here to help defend your rights if you have ever been arrested because of a drug-related accusation.

Facing charges over the sale of marijuana

Recently, some states took a look at the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes, while many other parts of the country already allow the legal use of marijuana for recreational purposes. Moreover, many states allow marijuana use for medical reasons. However, people continue to face charges related to marijuana, whether they are accused of possessing or selling the drug. Some people are falsely accused of these offenses while others find themselves facing charges unexpectedly. Regardless of the details surrounding your marijuana case, it is pivotal to handle this issue appropriately and be fully aware of just how much may be at stake.

What is a Ponzi scheme?

If you are like many people in Georgia, you have heard stories about people being charged with criminal offenses and the term "Ponzi scheme" has been used but you may not fully understand what this means. It may be easier than some people think to be involved in a business deal that some allege is fraudulent so understanding these allegations is important for you if you are active in any type of investment business. 

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