they were pulled in based on a person's statement that was upset with them at the time.
Yes they could charge the individual with the crime. The charging prosecutor can do this under several theories of Georgia Law. Parties to a crime comes to mind.
For example, If one was no more than a lookout 2 blocks away from where the crime occurred and subsequently there is "evidence" that one was a lookout, they could still be charged the same as the one with a weapon on video. They would be charged as if they were standing right next to the one with a weapon. It depends on the evidence available to the State.
Monroe J. Feldman
Atlanta, Ga. 30324
If I plea guilty to reckless driving as a reduced charge of dui. Is the dui dismissed? I am not convicted of dui correct? Isn't that automatically a nom-dui disposition on the case if I plea bargain?
Yes, but please be aware the initial arrest charge of DUI will still be on your GCIC (rap sheet) and may be used against you for any subsequent DUI arrests in the future. That is, in future arrests the prosecutor &/or Judge may consider it not to be your 1st DUI.See question