Recent Cases and Legal Analysis

Marietta nurse anesthetist charged with molesting patients under sedation

November 24, 2009
Cobb County police arrested Paul Patrick Serdula, a nurse anesthetist, last week for unlawful surveillance after a patient found video surveillance equipment in a Marietta dentist office bathroom. Authorities then re-arrested Serdula on Monday night for aggravated sexual battery and aggravated child molestation after evidence revealed that he may have made sexual contact with a [&he…

Marietta nurse anesthetist accused of videotaping women’s restrooms and fondling patients

November 23, 2009
Cobb County police believe that a Marietta, Georgia nurse anesthetist may have inappropriately touched hundreds of patients while they were sedated. The allegations arose after a patient found video surveillance equipment in the women’s bathroom of a Cobb dentist office. The Atlanta Journal Constitution has the story. Police say a patient spotted the recording device […]

Child pornography charges may be the result of a computer virus

November 12, 2009
A Massachusetts man was recently charged with having images of child pornography on his computer. After spending $250,000 on legal fees and computer experts, he was able to show that a computer virus was responsible for the images. Computer experts warn that this may not be an isolated incident. ABC News has the story. In […]

Rome Georgia paper mill investigation leads to federal criminal charges

November 3, 2009
On Monday, nine men were arraigned in a Rome, Georgia federal court for allegedly scamming a paper mill out of $4.8 million dollars. Federal authorities say the mill paid for timber that was never delivered. The Atlanta Journal Constitution has the story. The mill, Temple-Inland paper mill, was allegedly conned out of the millions of […]

Macon Georgia criminal attorney wins murder case in Houston County

November 3, 2009
On Friday, a Houston County jury decided that Mario Harris was not guilty of murdering Stephen Register outside a Warner Robins Buffalo’s in December of 2007. The defense argued that Harris was acting in self-defense when he stabbed and killed Register. The Macon Telegraph has the story. Harris was facing charges of malice murder, felony […]




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