Is Jaywalking Legal in Georgia?
Stephen Hasner | Georgia Law | January 5, 2023
Walking is an excellent way to get to your destination while also getting some healthy steps in. When walking, you, of course, want to remain safe on the road. The topic of safety for walkers […]
Can Trucks Drive in the Left Lane in Georgia?
Stephen Hasner | Georgia Law | July 5, 2022
Commercial semi-trucks, also known as 18-wheelers or “big rigs,” are a ubiquitous part of Georgia highways. While these giants may seem to effortlessly glide along the highways, the truth is that they can be dangerous, […]
Can a Totally Inexperienced Person Become a Federal Judge?
Stephen Hasner | Georgia Law | May 19, 2022
The frightening truth is that an inexperienced person could become a federal judge in the United States. Our Constitution does not provide specific requirements for serving as a federal judge. However, since most federal judgeships […]
Do Backseat Passengers Have to Wear a Seat Belt in Georgia?
Stephen Hasner | Georgia Law | May 12, 2022
Georgia has a mandatory seat belt law for all drivers and passengers in the front seat. But this law does not cover the backseat except for certain passengers. Learn which passengers must wear a seat […]
Child Booster Seat/Restraint Laws in Georgia
Stephen Hasner | Georgia Law | April 16, 2022
Every parent wants their children to stay safe, especially when traveling. But keeping a child safe in a moving vehicle is easier said than done. There’s a reason that more than 90,000 children are injured […]
What Does Bar Stand for in the Bar Exam or Bar Association?
Stephen Hasner | Georgia Law | March 19, 2022
Many people know that attorneys are required to pass the bar exam before they can practice. However, most people are unaware of what the term “bar” means in relation to the legal profession. There are […]
How Do Parents Evict Their Adult Children in Georgia?
Stephen Hasner | Georgia Law | January 24, 2022
NOTE: Our law firm does not handle eviction cases. This article is for informational purposes only. Information found in the article does not constitute as formal legal advice and does not create an attorney/client relationship. […]
What Are the Rules in Georgia Regarding Stopping for a School Bus?
Stephen Hasner | Georgia Law | May 29, 2021
We are accustomed to seeing yellow school buses in urban and rural areas throughout Georgia during the school year. These large vehicles transport precious cargo. They carry children to and from school, on field trips, […]
Is it Illegal to Wear Headphones While Driving In GA?
Stephen Hasner | Georgia Law | May 19, 2021
It depends. The Hands-Free Georgia Act, passed on July 1, 2018, aimed to reduce distracted driving accidents. The law made it illegal for drivers to have a phone in their hand or use any part […]
I Was Arrested in Atlanta, GA for DUI While Riding My Bicycle, How Can That Be?
Stephen Hasner | Georgia Law | May 18, 2021
Bicycles are popular throughout Atlanta. They are great for getting through traffic, saving money on fuel costs, and sightseeing. However, riders need to be aware that many of the same laws applicable to motorists also […]