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  • »  Anatomy of Criminal Trial (Video)
    The Analysis of a criminal case (Horton Hatches The Egg). Any person watching this video should familiarize themselves with the Dr. Sues story of Horton Hatches the Egg.
  • »  First Appearance
    The first appearance hearing normally occurs within forty-eight hours of an arrest. It is the first court date after a person has been arrested for either a misdemeanor or felony offense.
  • »  Preliminary Hearing
    The preliminary hearing typically occurs between ten and fourteen days after arrest. A preliminary hearing (also known as a “probable cause” hearing, or “commitment” hearing) is a
  • »  Bond Hearing
    If the Magistrate Court judge cannot set a bond pursuant to O.C.G.A. 17-6-1 (charges that only a Superior Court judge can set bond on,
  • »  Arraignment
    The arraignment can occur anywhere between three months and eighteen months after the arrest.
  • »  Calendar Call
    Jury trials are a logistical nightmare. The prosecutor must gather all of the state’s witnesses, each of whom has his own life, employment issues and childcare issues.
  • »  Pre-Trial Hearings
    A pretrial conference is a meeting of the parties to a case conducted prior to trial. The conference is held before the trial judge or a magistrate,
  • »  Trial
    There are two types of trials: bench trials and jury trials. The reasons for agreeing to a bench trial, where a judge sits as the jury, are so few that I won’t waste any time discussing them, but instead turn my attention jury trials.

  • Murder Homicide
    Murder Homicide

    If you are facing charges on a murder case, we can help. Homicide or murder is considered by many to be the ultimate crime, which will likely lead to the most severe punishment, if the accused is convicted.
  • Traffic Citations
    Traffic Citations

    O.C.G.A. § 40-5-20(a) states that no person shall drive any motor vehicle upon a highway in this state unless such person has a valid driver’s license. Any person who is a resident of Georgia for 30 days must obtain
  • Sexual Offenses
    Sexual Offenses

    People charged with sexual assault or child sex offenses face hostile prosecutors and harsh public opinion. Most people, even some criminal defense attorneys, are only too willing to believe
  • Family Violence
    Family Violence

    Family violence, also known as Domestic violence, refers to physical harm inflicted on one member of a household or family, by another member of the same household or family (usually
  • Armed Robbery
    Armed Robbery

    In Georgia, robbery is defined as the taking of the property of another from the immediate presence of another, and is distinguished from other types of theft.

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