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How to Prepare For Virtual Hearings

Since the onset of the worldwide pandemic, most institutions have had to resort to remote work. Courtroom hearings have not been spared either. Now, the legal fraternity and the public has to get used ...
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Extradition - What Is It and What Does It Mean for You?

In life, bad things happen to good people. Let's say that you were picked up in Georgia for a DUI or some other minor offense. You show up in court, expecting to get a fine and other penalties, ...
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How to Get Your Mugshot Removed from the Internet

Legal issues are always troublesome. It is made worse by websites that attempt to profit from your misfortune. They grab your mugshot and post it publicly, in the hopes that you will pay to have it ...
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Presidential Succession: Who Gets the Office after the V.P.?

In times of political and societal turmoil, the government is prepared to keep functioning should the worst happen. One issue that has caused some debate, though thankfully largely in theory rather ...
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Title IX and Campus Sexual Assault cases - New Updates to Know About

College campuses all over the country are required to change the way they investigate sexual assaults on college campuses. However, the standard of proof to find a student "responsible" (aka ...
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Home Booze Delivery: Easing Alcohol Purchase Restrictions in Georgia

Georgians now have the legal right to have their favorite alcoholic beverages delivered to their doorsteps albeit with a couple of restrictions. Georgia Governor Kemp signed HB 879 into law to enable ...
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COVID-19 Pandemic: Giving Businesses in Georgia Legal Immunity

Health care, businesses and more are winning with Georgia's Covid-19 Business Safety Act as the law is based on increasing flexibility for essential care and assistance during the pandemic. The ...
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New Rules for your Defensive Driving and DUI School classes

You can now take your Defensive Driving or DUI School class online, remotely, from your house. The providers are using Skype, Zoom, Web Ex, and other web services to deliver you the knowledge and ...
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A New Seat Belt Law Might Come into Effect in 2020

A New Seat Belt Law Might Come into Effect in 2020 It’s a battle that no one wants to face: one between trial lawyers, car crash victims, and car insurance companies. The question is whether a ...
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Gambling in Georgia: What It Will Bring

On December 11, 2019, members of the Georgia Legislature met to discuss a hot topic: Gambling. No, they weren’t shooting dice in the corner of the room (at least, I hope not!). They were ...
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Spoofing In Georgia Could Be Banned

This year, the Georgia Legislature may pass a bill to end what is known as “spoofing.” What is spoofing you say? Telemarketers use “spoofing” technology to contact consumers. ...
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Girls Do Porn Owners Charged with Sexual Assault and Sex Trafficking

On October 10, 2019, authorities charged Matthew Wolfe, Ruben “Andre” Garcia, Michael Pratt, and Valorie Moser with crimes involving pornography website Girls Do Porn (GDP). Along with the ...
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The Digital Recognition Network (DRN) Can Track Every Move You Make. And it will find you using something similar to Google Maps!

The Digital Recognition Network (DRN) Can Track Every Move You Make. And it will find you using something similar to Google Maps! The Digital Recognition Network is a privately funded network that ...
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Hemp Farming Act Stops All Marijuana Charges in Gwinnett County

The Gwinnett County Metro Police will halt all marijuana prosecutions at this time. Since May 10, when the Hemp Farming Act law was made official in Georgia since there has been no tested way to tell ...
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NEW TPO AND CIVIL FAMILY VIOLENCE LAW

Georgia has enacted a new law that directly affects Criminal Bond Orders on Family Violence and Civil Family Violence Orders. These are commonly called “no contact provisions” and ...
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Georgia's new Distracted Driving Law

A few years ago, Georgia implemented a “no texting while driving” law. Unfortunately, there were way too many loopholes in it and officers were unable to prove drivers were actually ...
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Enotah DA Disqualified from Man's Case Due to Attorney Richman's Quick Thinking

Jeff Langley, the Enotah Circuit District Attorney, is no longer permitted to prosecute Jonathon Morgan due to a breach of client-attorney confidentiality. Jonathon Morgan, a client of Attorney Andrew ...
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Georgia Trend Lists AJ Richman as 2015 Legal Elite Attorney

Attorney AJ Richman was listed in Georgia Trend as a 2015 Legal Elite Attorney, showcasing his dedication and excellence in criminal defense. The prestigious title is given to legal professionals who ...
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Richman Law Firm Client Acquitted on All Charges

In a case which has just recently come to a close, a Richman Law Firm client was acquitted of all felony charges of impersonating a police officer. This case was a highly satisfying victory for our ...
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AJ Richman Will Teach At DUI Super Symposium

At the end of August, the State Bar of Georgia will host the 5 th Annual DUI Training Super Symposium, the largest DUI seminar in the state. I am proud to announce that I have been selected to teach ...
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Adults in Dawson County Are Facing Fines for Underage Drinkers

Its official — after a vote on Thursday, July 2, Dawson County adults can now be fined for knowingly hosting underage drinkers. This makes Dawson County the second in the state with such an ...
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AJ Richman Selected for Avvo Honor

Richman Law Firm is excited to announce that their founding attorney has earned a unique award for his dedication to his clients and excellent legal services! Attorney Richman was given the Avvo ...
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Georgia Trend Lists Attorney AJ Richman as a 2014 Legal Elite Attorney

Attorney AJ Richman was included in Georgia Trend, where his excellence as a Cumming criminal defense lawyer gained him recognition as a 2014 Legal Elite attorney for Criminal Law. This prestigious ...
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The Marijuana Wasn't Mine!

All too often clients call me and say, "The marijuana wasn't mine"! And really, it wasn't. The problem is, police officers and prosecutors hear this claim of innocence everyday and ...
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Looking For An Attorney? Read This First

My clients are unique. Each of them has a different story; a different case; a different dilemma. And, each of them will have a different outcome. Guaranteed. They need my full attention. Ever since I ...
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