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Criminal defense: Woman jailed over cotton candy

Georgia residents often place an enormous amount of trust in the police, and rightly so. Police officers provide valuable services, but they are still human and as such often make mistakes. It is important for defendants to remember this when working on their criminal defense plans, as it is possible to have criminal charges dismissed because of police error.

Anna Faris and Chris Pratt find unique family law solutions

Few people in Georgia -- if any -- look to celebrities when dealing with difficult issues, like divorce. However, acting couple Chris Pratt and Anna Faris recently settled their family law issues in a surprisingly amicable manner. Tackling tough topics like alimony, child support and child custody, the pair likely used their prenuptial agreement as a guide on certain issues.

Missing overtime pay? That could be an employment law violation

You work hard, and you deserve to be fairly compensated for your time and effort. Unfortunately, many Georgia employers are eager to cut corners wherever possible, and this includes in your paycheck. If you suspect that your boss violated employment law by unfairly shorting you on wages, you need help.

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