9 Tips To Remember When Operating Your Motorcycle

Georgia is known for its great weather for most of the year, so it’s no surprise why so many motorcyclists find Georgia’s roads the perfect place to ride. Unfortunately, motorcycles are inherently dangerous due to a lack of protection and small size when struck by another motor vehicle. Many drivers are not aware of howRead More


5 Ways To Prevent Social Media From Affecting Your Legal Case

Social Media Affect Criminal Case | Don Turner Legal Team

Millions of people use social media every day to be updated on political news or celebrity sightings, and to stay in touch with long-distance relatives. Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter and other sites are constantly gaining new users who tend to post life updates very frequently, and sometimes even daily. We have all heard stories ofRead More


What Does The New Atlanta Marijuana Ordinance Mean?

You may have heard that Atlanta recently passed a city ordinance that “decriminalizes” the possession of marijuana, but what exactly does that mean? The Atlanta City Council recently voted unanimously to make the penalty for possession of one ounce or less a mere $75.00 fine. That is a big change from the former sentence thatRead More


Don’t Let a DUI Ruin your New Year

The easiest way to avoid getting pulled over for drinking and driving, is to NOT drive after consuming any amount of alcohol. While we do not want you to drive after drinking, if you do get pulled over for driving under the influence (DUI), be sure to follow our guidelines laid out below. Being forewarnedRead More


What are Cyber Crimes?

Georgia cyber crime law distinguishes criminal acts of stalking, harassment, and intimidation by way of computer, computer network, or other electronic communication device. Telephones are considered cyber devices. Communication could be by email, social media platform, or another application that accesses the internet. Cyber crimes can be prosecuted as misdemeanors or felonies depending on the seriousness of theRead More


Underage DUIs

Laws governing a minor in possession of alcohol, underage consumption, and underage DUIs are harsh. In these laws, a minor refers to anyone who has not reached the legal drinking age of 21. The state of Georgia has a zero tolerance policy on minors who drive under the influence. Minors are prohibited to drive aRead More


What Happens if you Violate Probation?

If you have been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor in the state of Georgia, chances are you will be sentenced to probation for a period of time instead of or after serving time in jail. During probation, you are required to abide by certain rules and regulations that are often strictly enforced. Violating theseRead More


Blood Test After DUI Test Refusal

McAllister v. Georgia (2006) allows law enforcement to take a blood sample from someone arrested for DUI who has refused to take a chemical breath test under Georgia’s law of implied consent. The officer must obtain a search warrant and, like any procedure related to a DUI arrest, the blood test must be properly conducted.Read More


What are your rights during a police search?

The police arrive at your front door after receiving a call. They ask if they can come inside but don’t have a warrant. The decision you must make is very important. Should you let them inside or refuse? Many people believe they must always let law enforcement in. Most attorneys would advise you against allowing law enforcement toRead More


Avoiding Accidents in Wet Weather

We’ve had an especially wet summer. While it is always important to have your full attention on the road, it is especially important while it’s raining. Staying alert helps prevent accidents that can cause injuries and have other devastating impacts. Unfortunately, many drivers do not pay enough attention when weather conditions take a bad turn. RainRead More


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