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Caryn Fennell’s Legal Guides

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  • Modification of child support in a nutshell

    This informational guide was prepared by the Law Offices of Caryn S. Fennell, P.C. to assist clients and members of the general public in understanding the major elements and issues related to child support modifications in Georgia.

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  • GEORGIA MEDIATION IN A NUTSHELL

    This informational guide was prepared by the Law Offices of Caryn S. Fennell, P.C. to assist with the expectations and goals of mediation in Georgia. This Guide does not create an attorney client rel

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  • POLICE ENCOUNTERS IN A NUTSHELL

    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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  • CONTESTED VERSUS UNCONTESTED DIVORCE IN A NUTSHELL

    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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  • SEVEN MAJOR EXCEPTIONS TO THE WARRANT REQUIREMENT IN A NUTSHELL:

    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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  • UNLAWFUL SEARCH AND SEIZURE IN A NUTSHELL

    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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  • MIRANDA RIGHTS IN A NUTSHELL

    "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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  • YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL CRIMINAL RIGHTS IN A NUTSHELL

    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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