Life gets pretty hectic for most people. Between work, kids and other obligations, the modern world nearly demands that we get from place to place as fast as possible. Sometimes, that means that you might push that gas pedal just a bit more than usual. Speeding isn't so bad, right?
Law enforcement officers in Georgia devote considerable time to monitoring traffic and arresting people suspected of driving while under the influence of alcohol. When police officers initiate traffic stops, they might ask drivers to submit to a field sobriety test that could include the nystagmus test. During this test, an officer will attempt to judge the bouncing and jerking of the subject's eyes while tracking a pen or pen light that the officer moves back and forth 12 to 15 inches in front of the driver's face.
When wealthy couples in Georgia get a divorce, their process of property division may be far more complicated than that of most other couples. The divorce of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos from his wife MacKenzie is one example, although since Washington is a community property state and Georgia is not, there are some differences.
Citizens of Georgia may be surprised to learn that, for many married couples, beauty is more than just skin deep, especially if the male is married to someone who is more attractive than they are. In fact, experts believe that a large discrepancy in the degree of attractiveness between both partners can often lead to divorce.
You undoubtedly do not want to find yourself involved in a car accident. Even more so, you do not want to have an accident while your child is also in the vehicle. Unfortunately, this situation is not uncommon, and try as you might to protect your child, he or she could still suffer injuries in the event of a crash.
Those who are found to be in possession of controlled substances in Georgia may face a variety of penalties. One of these punishments is a suspended driver's license, which could last for six months to two years. Under state law, there are five different drug schedules with Schedule I substances considered the most dangerous and Schedule V the least dangerous.