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,…

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…

Fix Then Fight to Respond to Serial ADA suits

Fix Then Fight to Respond to Serial ADA suits In 2016, the number of civil lawsuits filed under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) continued to climb, up 28% from the previous year. The vast majority of the increase in claims came not from discrimination in employment, but in non-employment cases, which increased 36% from…