ATC Attorneys Analyze High-Profile Trial on CourtTV

Andersen, Tate & Carr criminal defense attorneys Patrick McDonough and Trinity Hundredmark recently walked CourtTV viewers through all the proceedings of a high-profile trial. Mr. McDonough and Ms. Hundredmark were on-air to analyze the opening statements and deliberations in the Kellen Winslow, Jr. rape trial. Click here to watch Patrick McDonough weigh-in on opening statements.…

Is Identity Fraud a Felony in Georgia?

Identity fraud is one of the most common white-collar crimes committed. It can be as simple as using someone’s ATM card without their permission to something more elaborate, such as using someone’s personal information to rack up credit card debt or even take out various loans. In Georgia, identity fraud is a serious crime with…

The Basics of Insurance Fraud in Georgia

Consumers are required to purchase several forms of insurance to ensure they are financially protected, such as auto insurance for drivers and home insurance for homeowners. When someone commits an act designed to defraud the insurance process, they are then committing insurance fraud. Insurance fraud is a crime that often comes with serious consequences for…

Understanding Probation Violations in Georgia

In Georgia, those convicted of a misdemeanor or felony may have an opportunity to satisfy their sentence out of custody if the judge issues a probation order. Probation allows a person under a first offender agreement or a convicted individual a chance to avoid incarceration under the supervision of a probation officer. If the probationer…

How To Resolve A Bench Warrant

How To Resolve A Bench Warrant Typically, the word “warrant” evokes images of police appearing at your door. While arrest warrants can absolutely lead to that outcome, the most common form of warrant in Georgia is a bench warrant. The difference between the two is significant, despite the differences in how they are served. Removing…