Eight Andersen, Tate & Carr, P.C. Attorneys Named to List of 2017 Georgia Super Lawyers/Rising Stars

Duluth, Georgia –  Andersen, Tate & Carr, P.C. (ATC Law) announced today that eight attorneys have been selected as either Georgia Super Lawyers or Rising Stars by Law & Politics and Atlanta Magazine for 2017. The magazine lists attorneys based on … Continued

What Defines Domestic Violence? Necessary Steps To Ensure Your Protection

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Over 50% of all women in a domestic relationship will experience some sort of abuse, and unfortunately, 30% of these abuse cases result in ongoing physical and mental harm over time. In Georgia, a domestic violence case does not always … Continued

Miranda Rights: What They Are, How They Work, and What You Can Do to Protect Yourself

What Are Miranda Rights? Many people associate the term “Miranda Rights” with a potential get-out-of-jail-free card. It’s a common misconception that if you are not read your Miranda Rights, which all evidence will be thrown out, and your criminal case … Continued

What You Need to Know About Animal Cruelty Charges and Penalties in Georgia

Animal cruelty charges frequently escalate into high-profile cases that are exploited and widely promulgated through media and news outlets, especially when celebrities and public figures are involved. The emotionally charged nature of this crime often results in a prejudiced backlash … Continued

Be Prepared: Understanding Georgia’s DUI Laws

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Finding yourself pulled to the side of the road after stopping for a drink with a friend can be a terrifying moment. Even if you’ve only had one alcoholic beverage, you could be driving illegally, and in the moment, it … Continued

Georgia’s Governor Vetoes Religious Liberty Bill, but Opponents say the Fight Isn’t Over

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The controversy continues over Georgia’s so called “religious liberty” bill. House Bill 757 would allow faith-based organizations to deny services to those who violate their “sincerely held religious belief.” Under the bill, clergy could refuse to perform gay marriages, and … Continued

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