If what you are asking is whether an act that would normally be a misdemeanor shoplifting can be charged as a felony shoplifting because of a person’s criminal history, then yes, it can.See question
Not much. You gave all your info to FB for free. You aren’t paying them, so they aren’t obligated to do anything for you.
On Facebook, you aren’t the customer. You (and your information) are the product being sold.See question
Yes you can. When you get convicted of some offense that suspends a license, but you don’t have one, they create one for you and then suspend it, so that you can’t then go get a license in Georgia or most anywhere else without first dealing with the suspension.See question
That may depend upon your brother. Is he going to take responsibility for the drugs or say, “Officer, this is my brother’s truck. Those drugs must be his. I’ve never seen them.”See question
Let’s say you purchase a car without working taillights, and you know it. It’s your job to make the car legal before driving it on public roads by fixing the taillights. Likewise, if you buy a car with illegally dark windows it is your job to make them legal.
Dark-tinted windows aren’t per se illegal. They’re just illegal for most people.See question
The “minimum amount” is whatever amount they need in order to test it, and that’s a tiny fraction of a gram. “Barely crumbs of meth” is still meth, and a felony. The have until September 2022 to charge you.See question
Georgia isn’t an “open carry” state. You need a GWCL to carry openly or otherwise.See question
You need to immediately begin the process of adopting the children while you are still married to their living mother.See question
You can divorce him and win the car in the divorce.See question
Unmarried adults shouldn’t buy a home together. It creates a mess when they split up.
For some reason, young adults are more willing to commit to a 30-year-mortgage than to each other.See question