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Proper filing for expunging your record

If you have a criminal record and are looking for a clean slate, then it may be beneficial to get an expungement of your records. Through this process, you will have a clean record for all non-criminal justice purposes, which could increase your chances of getting a better job, obtaining your license and creating a better life in general. Though the process in Georgia can be a bit strenuous, there are a few things you should know about the filing procedure to help your case.

Could your social media posts be used as evidence of a crime?

Most people do not over-share on social media about crimes they might have committed, but did you realize that the police can use your social media posts to help solve crimes? Social media is becoming a valuable tool for law enforcement. In 2013, the International Association of Chiefs of Police reported that about 96 percent of agencies surveyed were using social media. 

3 reasons why you need a criminal defense attorney

Being charged with any type of crime can result in long-term consequences that can impact your life tremendously. Even in the case of seemingly minor criminal accusations, it is always a good idea to hire an attorney for your defense to protect your rights and ensure due process. The law is very complicated, and the average person is not aware of the ways the prosecution can use it to sentence them to the harshest punishments possible. Instead of taking chances with the outcome of your case, learn the reasons why it is beneficial for you to use an attorney.

The use of cell phone records by law enforcement is coming under scrutiny

Over the course of the last decade or so, the use of cellular phone records by law enforcement has become routine for a variety of applications. Positioning data and the timing of calls, messaging, and other signs of activity are frequently used to reconstruct the timeline of events leading up to a crime, to substantiate alibis placing suspects outside of the physical proximity of the crime, and to gain background information about a person's movements and activities. Over the last couple of years, though, a couple of cases from around the country have begun to bring new scrutiny to the way cellular phone records are used by the police.

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