My Football Life

The Lessons and Memories Football Afforded Me I spent my entire football career on the offensive line. I liked being part of the action, defending the quarterback from linemen who were gunning for a sack.  In college, I was a tackle, and I was moved to the guard position, where I played through the remainderRead More


Georgia Hemp Law Affects Misdemeanor Possession Charges

On May 10, 2019, Governor Brian Kemp signed the Georgia Hemp Farming Act (HB 213) into law. This bill allows farmers in Georgia to legally grow and sell industrial hemp, a strain of the cannabis Sativa plant.  Hemp contains less than 0.3 percent THC, the chemical responsible for the “high” felt when smoking marijuana. ItRead More


To Tell or Not To Tell

Do I have to disclose my legal troubles to my employer? When you’re arrested, many questions can leave you unsure of what to do next. Of the many questions that crop up, you may be asking yourself, “Do I have to tell my employer?” An attorney can help you determine what the correct response isRead More


Fighting for You – Meet our Determined Attorney, Lisanne Edelman

Lisanne Edelman has wanted to be a lawyer since she was 12 years old. Her growing interest in shows like “Law & Order” signaled that a career in prosecution may be in the cards, but her first criminal law class at John Marshall Law School shifted her focus. Students were tasked with researching and presentingRead More


Feeling Lucky? Enter to Win a Harley!

The National Academy of Motorcycle Injury Lawyers is giving away a sleek new 2019 Harley Davidson FXDR114! Go online to register and you could be the winner of this beautiful bike. Fast on the straights. Agile on the corners. It will blow your senses away! CLICK HERE TO ENTER! For official rules please visit https://namil-law.org/official-rules


March 2019 Motorcycle Newsletter


Don Turner Legal Team Feb. 2019 Newsletter


What Do I Do If My Car Is Towed After an Arrest?

In Georgia law, a police officer may remove the car if the driver or person in control of the vehicle “is arrested for an alleged offense for which the officer is required by law to take the person arrested before a proper magistrate without unnecessary delay.” Typically, this would be in the event of aRead More


What Should I Do If I Have Been Contacted by a Detective Who Wants Me to Make a Statement?

You’ve heard this before: you have the right to remain silent. This means that you cannot be forced to make a statement to police, no matter how many times you are asked. This advice applies to any criminal case, even if you have already been arrested and charged. So – if a detective contacts youRead More


Is a Verbal Settlement Agreement Binding in a Personal Injury Case?

There’s been an accident and the parties involved agree to a settlement. But the question is: does this settlement need to be in writing or is a verbal settlement agreement acceptable? When two parties agree to the conditions of a personal injury case they can do so verbally or in writing. A written agreement mayRead More


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