Success at Jennifer M. Daniels, P.C.

Dismissal of Drug and Gun Charges We have had a great couple of weeks at Jennifer M. Daniels, P.C. with success in two criminal cases. The first involved drug and weapons charges in Walton County. The client, who had a criminal history, was charged with Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act… read more →

The Criminalization of Stupid Behavior

Some of you may be old enough to remember when getting caught putting firecrackers in the neighbor’s mailbox as a prank would get you grounded for a month and perhaps earn you a trip to the woodshed if your parents were into corporal punishment. In today’s society, if your teenager engages in such activity, he’s likely to be arrested and… read more →


No one in their right mind wants to get injured. No one wants be have a corporate or religious entity take advantage of them and cause them harm. Unfortunately, however, it happens every day. So, what do you do if you are the one who has been injured by the conduct of another person or institution? Well, frankly, it depends… read more →

Step Eleven In A Civil Case: Appeals

PRE-TRIAL APPEAL An appeal in a civil case can occur both before the case is tried and after. During the course of litigation a variety of issues can arise that can directly impact the outcome of the case. For example, as previously explained, if the Plaintiff loses on a motion for summary judgment his/her case may be over (depending on… read more →
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