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What to Do When Arrested in Atlanta

When it comes to traumatic and anxiety-provoking life events, few things top the list higher than getting arrested in Atlanta for “allegedly” committing a crime. The key word there is ALLEGEDLY. Just because you’ve been handcuffed does NOT make you a criminal (even...

Georgia Car Wreck Victim Wins $1.4 Million Verdict

Maha Amircani, founder of Amircani Law was recently in the news for her part in obtaining a $1.4 settlement for a Georgia car wreck victim. Greg Land, a journalist with the Daily Report who covers topics including verdicts, settlements and insurance-related litigation...

Founder Maha Amircani on HLN Evening Express

Founder Maha Amircani recently appeared on on HLN's Evening Express to discuss the rights of people who utilize service animals under the American Disabilities Act. From HLN Evening Express: Taylor Gipson says he was kicked out of a Popeye's restaurant near Atlanta,...

It’s Lit: Georgia Fireworks Law

In Georgia, all fireworks classified as DOT 1.4G (consumer fireworks) are legal to purchase and use as stated in the Georgia General Assembly House Bill 727. Consumer fireworks you can legally buy in retail stores across Georgia include: Bottle Rockets Sky Rockets...

Georgia Super Speeder Law: The Super Guide

The Georgia Super Speeder law defines a Georgia Super Speeder as a driver convicted of speeding at 75 mph or more on a two-lane road or at 85 mph and above on any road or highway in the State of Georgia. In addition to the fines and fees paid to the jurisdiction where...

The Georgia First Offender Act

We look to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, who explains the Georgia First Offender Act: Per Georgia law (O.C.G.A. § 42-8-60), “upon a verdict or plea of guilty or nolo contendere, but before an adjudication of guilt, the court may, in the case of a defendant who...

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