Attorney Trinity Hundredmark is Recognized by The Supreme Court of Georgia

Attorney Trinity Hundredmark is Recognized by The Supreme Court of Georgia Andersen, Tate & Carr, P.C is proud to announce the appointment of Trinity Hundredmark as Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee for the Unlicensed Practice of Law by the Supreme Court of Georgia. With her appointment as Vice-Chairperson, Ms. Hundredmark brings a powerful voice and years…

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What Is the Difference Between Drug Possession and Intent to Distribute in Georgia?

What Is the Difference Between Drug Possession and Intent to Distribute in Georgia? In the State of Georgia, it is illegal to purchase, possess, manufacture, distribute, or sell controlled substances or marijuana (O.C.G.A. § 16-13-30). The laws in our state are particularly harsh for drug-related offenses, and therefore it’s essential to understand the charges being…

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How Does Adultery Impact Divorce Cases in Georgia?

How Does Adultery Impact Divorce Cases in Georgia? The question of whether infidelity can affect a divorce case is incredibly common. Adultery is defined as a married person voluntarily having sexual intercourse with a person other than his or her spouse. In Georgia, adultery is considered a misdemeanor offense (O.C.G.A. § 16-6-19), and if proven,…

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Criminal Trespass Versus Criminal Damage to Property: A Major Difference for Related Crimes

Criminal Trespass Versus Criminal Damage to Property: A Major Difference for Related Crimes Both Criminal Trespass (O.C.G.A. § 16-7-21) and Criminal Damage to Property are crimes related to damage and intrusion upon property. However, the charges carry major differences, resulting in vastly different punishments. Criminal Trespass Criminal Trespass (O.C.G.A. § 16-7-21) charges can be brought…

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