Caryn S. Fennell’s Guides

Caryn S. Fennell

Woodstock Family Law Attorney.

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  1. POLICE ENCOUNTERS IN A NUTSHELL

    Written by attorney Caryn Fennell, about 1 year ago.

    The ordinary citizen’s contact with the criminal justice system begins with a police encounter, or “the stop” of the person. There are three types of stops that are conducted by law enforcement offic

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  2. CONTESTED VERSUS UNCONTESTED DIVORCE IN A NUTSHELL

    Written by attorney Caryn Fennell, about 1 year ago.

    In Georgia, there are two types of divorces, uncontested and contested. The main difference between the two is whether the parties are able to reach a Settlement Agreement resolving all issues relate

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  3. SEVEN MAJOR EXCEPTIONS TO THE WARRANT REQUIREMENT IN A NUTSHELL:

    Written by attorney Caryn Fennell, about 1 year ago.

    The general rule of the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution states that no warrants shall issue by a Magistrate but upon a showing of probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, a

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  4. UNLAWFUL SEARCH AND SEIZURE IN A NUTSHELL

    Written by attorney Caryn Fennell, about 1 year ago.

    Search and seizure is a process used by law enforcement to search a person or the confines of their property (automobile, residence, business, cell phone, etc.) in connection with a crime, and then co

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  5. MIRANDA RIGHTS IN A NUTSHELL

    Written by attorney Caryn Fennell, about 1 year ago.

    "MIRANDA RIGHTS": (Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436,(1966): SUMMARY: What is commonly referred to as "Miranda" and referenced by phrases such as "miranda rights" or "miranda warnings," was born

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  6. YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL CRIMINAL RIGHTS IN A NUTSHELL

    Written by attorney Caryn Fennell, over 2 years ago.

    YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL CRIMINAL RIGHTS If you face criminal charges, it is important to know that you have an absolute right to the following: 1. To bee cearly informed of your Miranda Rights if you are in Custody and before being interrogated a. Right to Remain Silent b. Anythi...

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