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Arturo Corso

Arturo Corso’s Legal Guides

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  • Handling the Difficult Probation Officer

    Once you have tendered a guilty plea and been placed on probation, you are subject to some onerous supervision conditions. The worst thing you can do is make an enemy of your probation officer. Some PO's are great, reasonable people who want to see you succeed.

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  • GA House Bill 87: A guide for Citizens and Employers

    HB 87 is set to go into effect July 1, 2011. Here is what you need to know if you are a Citizen and Employer.

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  • GA House Bill 87: A Guide for Non Citizens and their Friends

    Georgia's controversial new law, known as HB87, is set to take effect on July 1, 2011 -- unless blocked by a Federal Judge. Here is what you need to know about the bill.

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  • Latest Hall Co 287G News -- Avoiding Deportation!

    What is 287G? The 287G program is an obscure provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act that allows local authorities to participate in a program with Immigration and Customs Enforcement to ini

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  • How to get Conditional Discharge for non violent offenses

    First Time Drug offenses can be dismissed under Conditional Discharge Under OCGA 16-13-2, first time drug offenses can be dismissed under a kind of first offender treatment program. Most lawyers kno

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  • Getting a Misdemeanor Sentence to a Felony Plea

    You have been charged with a mid level felony. Now what? Of course an attorney must counsel his clients and all in his community to respect the laws of the State. "Don't do the crime, if you can't

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  • Avoiding Jail Time on a No License / Suspended License Case

    Don't Drive in GA without a License If you are a resident of GA, you must have a GA license to drive. You have 30 days from becoming a resident to get a license. "Residence" means you live here. R

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