Julie A. Rice
About Julie A. RiceWelcome to Julie A. Rice, Attorney at Law, & Affiliates. I, Julie A. Rice, Attorney at Law, established this firm in 1994 with the primary purpose of serving clients to the highest ability and getting clients the respect, results, and legal representation that they deserve. I have represented hundreds of people inside and outside of the courtroom in areas of law that include, but are not limited to, Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation, Medical Malpractice, Social Security Disability, Long Term and Short Term Disability as well as in ERISA Claims, Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect, Business Law, Contracts, Family Law, Criminal Law, Landlord Tenant, Wills/Estates/Trusts, Special Needs Trusts, Criminal Record Restrictions (f/k/a Expungements) and Restoration of Civil Rights and Pardons, and the like. I have also Affiliated myself with the best Legal Professionals in the Business so that I am able to serve clients in many areas of law not only in Georgia, but Personal Injury in Florida, Social Security Disability Nationwide, and Long Term and Short Term and ERISA Claims Nationwide as well. There is rarely a case where myself and my Affiliates can't provide legal representation at its finest. We pride ourselves on our commitment to our client and our ability to get winning results. When you contact Julie A. Rice, Attorney at Law, & Affiliates, you have made a wise choice and you are in good hands. We have a strong work ethic and work tirelessly for our clients and believe this is one of the most important relationships that can be established. We have many, many repeat clients that show our commitment to the best legal service in the industry. We offer a Free Legal Consultation, and we look forward to hearing from you soon. I am also a Member of the State Bar of Georgia in Good Standing since 1994. I am also a Mediator and Arbitrator with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution (GODAR) that is Governed by the Supreme Court of Georgia.
- Personal Injury
- Workers' Compensation
- Social Security Disability/SSI
- Medical Malpractice
- Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect
- Criminal Law
- Family Law
- Arbitration & Mediation
- Animal & Dog Law
- Asbestos & Mesothelioma
- Business Law
- Construction Law
- Domestic Violence
- DUI & DWI
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Legal Consultant, Bank Consulting Services, LLC|
|CEO, Julie A. Rice, Attorney at Law, & Affiliates|
|Professor of Law and Subject Matter Expert in Conflict Resolution, Keller School of Management; DeVry University|
|Professor of Law and Lead Faculty of Law & Ethics, University of Phoenix|
|Chief Legal Counsel, Century Business Services, Inc. d/b/a CBIZ|
|William Mitchell College of Law||J.D. (1993)||Law|
|Honors: Trial Advocacy "A" Student|
|University of Minnesota - Twin Cities||B.A. (1990)||Psychology, Women's Studies, and Scandinavian Studies|
|Honors: Dean's List|
|Activities: At-Large Representative on the Board of Regents for the University of Minnesota|
|Member||Association of Women Trial Attorneys||1994-Current|
|Member of Good Standing, State Bar of Georgia|
|Mediator and Arbitrator, Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution (GAODR)|
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Q. Can i file a second answer after filing the first answer to a civil complaint in GA?
A: You can amend your answer.
Q. In the State of Georgia, can I be made to take a drug test while on probation, even if I refuse?
A: If you probation says that you need to drug tested, then you need to submit to the test. If you refuse, then you are in violation of probation and will go to jail immediately.
Q. What kind of sentence am I looking at for a shoplifting charge in Georgia (Code 16-8-14)
A: If you shoplifted over $ 500 worth then it is a felony and your are looking at a year or more in jail. If you shop lifted under $ 500 worth then it is a misdemeanor and you are looking at less than a year in jail. Being that it is your second offense, the court is going to treat you harsher than a first offender. As far as your job, you'll have to admit to the arrest if they ask and the prior conviction and see if they trust you enough to hire you. Why are you shoplifting? You should get some counseling so you don't commit these crimes as a repeat offender of you are going to find yourself in serious trouble with the law.
Q. How do i file a fast and speedy trial motion
A: Get a lawyer and have the motion filed or figure out how to file the motion yourself and file it.
Q. What could a judge give me if I am convicted of theft by receiving?
A: It depends on if it is a misdemeanor (under $ 500) or a felony (over $ 500). Misdemeanor can carry less than 1 year in jail, felonies more than 1 year in jail. Plus, they will look at your past criminal history to see if you qualify for first offender status.
Q. I need a court appointed lawyer. I do not work, my husband does. What documents should I bring to arraignment?
A: Take your proof of income and the court will have forms for you to fill out to see if you quality for a public defender. If so, then your attorney can either waive the arraignment and set a new date to get more information on the case. You should pled not guilty not matter what so that court give you time to seek competent legal counsel whether it is a private attorney or public defender. Don't give away your rights by pleading guilty.
Q. Can a bail recovery agent serve misdemeanor probation warrants
A: If the bond is due and the judge signs the warrant, the a bail recovery agent can serve the warrant and possibly take you to jail.
Q. Hello. I have received SEVERAL letters from attorneys & law firms this week, regarding a lawsuit/garnishment pending...
A: Call the court to see if there is an action against you. Don't give any of your personal information as this might be a scam just to get your personal information and your credit card information.
Q. Can you be sent to prison without a final sentencing?
A: When you are arrested you can be held without bond if you are a flight risk and/or the court determines that you will do more harm to society that outweighs your right to be free until trial (ex. Casey Anthony and OJ Simpson). If they don't have room for you in jail, you might end up in a prison. Technically, they can't "sentence" you to prison until after sentencing, however.
Articles & Publications
WEBSITES & BLOGS
Website: Julie A. Rice's Website Profile
Website: Julie A. Rice & Affiliates Website
Blog: Georgia Injury Lawyer Blawg
Georgia’s Top Motor Vehicle Verdicts in 2013 ~ part 1 The Highest Product Liability Verdicts in Georgia in 2013 ~ part 2 The Highest Product Liability Verdicts in Georgia in 2013 ~ part 1 A Jury in Georgia sides with the Plaintiff against Wal-Mart by Awarding $ 1.3 Million in a Premises Liability Case Georgia’s Top Medical Malpractice Verdicts for 2013 ~ part 2 Georgia’s Top Medical Malpractice Verdicts for 2013 ~ part 1 Factors that may be Considered when Evaluating a Deviation from the Standard of Care During Breast Augmentation ~ part 2 Factors that may be Considered when Evaluating a Deviation from the Standard of Care During Breast Augmentation ~ part 1 Factors that may be Considered when Evaluating a Breach in the Standard of Care for Failure to Diagnose & Delay in Treatment of Cervical Cancer
Georgia’s Top Motor Vehicle Verdicts in 2013 ~ part 1: The following is one of Georgia’s Top Motor Vehicle Ve... http://bit.ly/1um1pys— Julie A. Rice (@GeorgiaLawTeam) 2 days ago
The Highest Product Liability Verdicts in Georgia in 2013 ~ part 1: The following are the top Product Liabilit... http://bit.ly/1vo57v2— Julie A. Rice (@GeorgiaLawTeam) August 27, 2014
Factors that may be Considered when Evaluating a Deviation from the Standard of Care During Breast Augmentatio... http://bit.ly/1pFQyzg— Julie A. Rice (@GeorgiaLawTeam) August 19, 2014
Factors that may be Considered when Evaluating a Breach in the Standard of Care for Failure to Diagnose & Dela... http://bit.ly/1uIvFXK— Julie A. Rice (@GeorgiaLawTeam) August 17, 2014
A Ruling from the Georgia Court of Appeals allows Plaintiffs’ to Proceed in their case involving a False Pap S... http://bit.ly/1sB1uPZ— Julie A. Rice (@GeorgiaLawTeam) August 7, 2014
$1M was Awarded to a Woman in Georgia for Faulty Breast Augmentation Surgery: A young lady, Amanda Lawson, fro... http://bit.ly/1oy1tKV— Julie A. Rice (@GeorgiaLawTeam) August 5, 2014
$ 400,000.00 Settlement in a Georgia Case where a Woman was Hit by a Golf Cart: The Defendant’s Homeowner’s In... http://bit.ly/1qbpTbn— Julie A. Rice (@GeorgiaLawTeam) July 28, 2014
Georgia Passes a New Law that makes “Running” a/k/a Ambulance Chasing a Crime with Stiff Penalties for Attorne... http://bit.ly/1tL0vM3— Julie A. Rice (@GeorgiaLawTeam) July 25, 2014
The Cause of the Crash on June 30, 2014 that Killed 5 People in Hall County, Georgia is No Longer a Mystery: T... http://bit.ly/1sRbSo7— Julie A. Rice (@GeorgiaLawTeam) July 23, 2014
Did your Honor act Unethically in a Medical Malpractice Case in Henry County, Georgia by Failing to Notify Att... http://bit.ly/WzCyMB— Julie A. Rice (@GeorgiaLawTeam) July 22, 2014
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