Regardless of whether you are accused of a crime, awareness of criminal law, your legal rights, etc., is a necessity. While trying to find out more information, you may have a ton of questions about the law and charges you may face. Unfortunately, finding answers to these questions may be difficult to come by. To ensure you have all your doubts cleared and are armed with the most accurate information, Law Office of M. Byron Morgan has answered some of the most frequently asked questions about criminal accusations.
An impending court case can be an anxious period for the accused, as a guilty verdict would result in a possible jail term. A criminal record would also mean that you have a stain on your reputation, which will hinder future job prospects, and affect the whole family.
1) This is attorney Byron Morgan.
2) A relatively new state law affects prosecutions of Possession of Marijuana cases in Georgia:
Because of a recent change in the law defining hemp as any cannabis plant containing less than .3% THC, the prosecution is having trouble proving possession of marijuana. They now have to prove that any supposed marijuana has more than .3% THC.
If you’re facing criminal allegations, DUI charges, property feuds, or a difficult divorce, one of the first steps you can take to protect yourself is to hire legal representation.
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When it comes to legal matters, the accuracy of information, knowledge, and experience are key. While it is possible, even feasible in some cases to represent yourself in court, it is highly inadvisable to do so in complex cases. Legal matters can be tricky, and a lawyer can help you navigate through them smoothly.
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