March 2019 Archives

Police seize over 3,100 marijuana plants and arrest 16 people

A five-month investigation led by the Gwinnett County Police Department culminated in the issuance of 15 search warrants and the arrest of 16 suspects. Authorities searched homes across three counties in the Atlanta metropolitan area and uncovered an alleged drug trafficking ring that was distributing drugs throughout Georgia and the Southeast.

Critics call NHTSA unresponsive as fatal truck crash numbers rise

Truckers in Georgia may benefit from safety technology like forward collision warning and mitigation systems. In fact, truck safety groups say these can help prevent or mitigate thousands of rear-end accidents, which are among the most devastating types of crashes that can ever occur between a large truck and passenger vehicle.

Social media accounts provide evidence in divorce disputes

Many people in Georgia enjoy social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. However, spouses should understand that these online entities have proven to be a fertile source of evidence in divorce cases. For the most part, content placed on social media is available to everyone in the world. When disputes arise between divorcing spouses about child custody, assets, income or character, courts could accept evidence collected legally from social media platforms.