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Georgia criminal lawyers help T.I. get sweet deal in Atlanta federal gun case

March 29, 2009
No surprise, but TI was finally sentenced. And the deal was as sweet as expected. A federal judge in Atlanta sentenced rapper Clifford “T.I.” Harris Jr. to one year and one day in federal prison. The sentence stems from an incident in October 2007 in which T.I. attempted to purchase machine guns and silencers in […]

Georgia criminal lawyer successful in reversing a criminal conviction based on prosecutorial misconduct

March 29, 2009
Recently, the Georgia Court of Appeals was asked to determine if the introduction of a prior independent act which places a defendant’s character at issue should result in a mistrial when the defendant does not induce error nor open the door to the independent act. The court ruled that a mistrial should be granted in […]

Georgia criminal lawyer obtains immunity for client after pretrial hearing in domestic violence case

March 23, 2009
The Georgia Court of Appeals was faced with deciding whether a trial court properly granted a defendant immunity when the alleged victim recanted her story and the state failed to produce any other evidence at a pretrial hearing. The court ruled that the defendant was entitled to immunity, since there was evidence for the trial […]

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