Georgia Law

Are Hidden Nanny Cams Actually Legal in Georgia?

Nanny cams are legal in Georgia for monitoring criminal activity. The video from a nanny cam could become valuable evidence in a criminal or personal injury case against a nanny for negligence or assault. However, Georgia, like most states, has laws against voyeurism and eavesdropping. Using a nanny cam to invade your nanny’s privacy could… read more

What Happens If I Don’t Show Up for Jury Duty in Georgia?

The U.S. and Georgia constitutions protect the right to a trial by jury in both criminal and civil matters. In a jury trial, an impartial panel of ordinary people weighs the evidence and determines the facts of the case. But jury trials rely on ordinary people appearing for jury duty. Without an adequate pool of… read more

Is It Legal to Drive Barefoot in Georgia?

Georgia’s traffic laws are designed to promote the safety of all motorists and pedestrians. By obeying these laws, you can minimize your chances of being involved in a car accident. You already know that you can’t drink and drive or exceed the speed limit. However, you may be wondering whether it’s legal to drive barefoot… read more