Blog Posts in 2016

  • Avoid a DUI this Holiday Season!

    The holidays mean celebrations and festive traditions for many people, often involving alcohol. People consume this alcohol and then get behind the wheel of their car in order to head home, and unfortunately many of these people then cause dangerous accidents. In order to attempt to curtail these entirely-preventable crashes, law enforcement ramps up their preventative efforts and presence on the ...
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  • Donald Trump: Our Most Divorced President

    When Donald Trump becomes our 45 th President in January of next year, he will also become our country’s most-divorced President in history, and the only one in history to have been divorced multiple times. His current wife, Melania, is his third spouse. In fact, this is a dramatic shift from a trend that has seen Presidential marriages hold remarkably strong, even through multiple cases of ...
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  • Holiday Tips for Divorced Parents

    The holidays are stressful for many people, but potentially even more so for families who have recently completed a divorce. While parents may be struggling to figure out how they will spend these last couple months of the year on their own, children often times become stressed, not knowing what lies ahead for them at a time which used to be so full of fun and joy. For some parents, it’s easy to ...
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  • Five Crimes Common During the Holidays

    The holidays may be a time for good will and generosity, but criminals do not stop just for a celebration. In fact, the holidays often see a sharp rise in a few different types of crimes due to the nature of certain behaviors around this time. In this blog, we’ll examine a few of these crimes that occur commonly around the holidays. Shoplifting Between the economy still being sluggish and the ...
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  • Were You Arrested For DUI This Labor Day Weekend?

    Labor Day is traditionally one of the most deadly weekends of the year in terms of fatalities caused by drunk drivers. This means that every year law enforcement steps up their efforts to catch these intoxicated motorists before they can cause these potentially lethal collisions, meaning there is a massive influx of DUI arrests. If you were arrested and charged with DUI this weekend, it is ...
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  • Attorney David Clarke Defends Client in Vehicular Manslaughter Case

    Attorney David Clarke appeared in court this week to represent his client, Gareion Simmons in a probable cause hearing. Simmons is accused of a number of serious charges, including four counts of aggravated assault, criminal impersonation, and vehicular manslaughter. Coffee County authorities allege that Simmons stole a black Escalade and led the sheriff's department on a high-speed chase up I-24. ...
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  • Understanding Your Miranda Rights

    “You have the right to remain silent.” We’ve all seen a television show or movie where law enforcement finally catches up with the suspect and give him a series of warnings as they’re lowering his head into the back of a car for transport to jail, and this is usually the first thing said to the person as they’re being taken away. This extremely important phrase is the first in a series of rights ...
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