Lamar Law Office Represents Civil Facet of Sexual Assault Case

Lamar Law Office Represents Civil Facet of Sexual Assault Case

Written on June 30, 2021 at 5:38 pm, by

Anita M Lamar of Lamar Law Office is working to defend a courageous child in civil manners accompanying a sexual abuse case. Lamar is vigilantly following the criminal events associated with this case and hopes to motivate other victims to speak out against their abusers. The Atlanta Inquirer published a brief article about the case… Read More

Landmark Cases in the Legal History of the LGBTQ+ Movement

Written on June 22, 2021 at 8:58 pm, by

In the more than 50 years since the Stonewall uprising began the modern LGBTQ+ rights movement, there has been a massive shift both socially and legally when it comes to the LGBTQ+ community. This process hasn’t been easy. Years-long court battles, shifting public opinion, and legal setbacks have plagued the fight toward equality. Supreme Court… Read More

Before You Head to the Beach This Summer, Read Up on Hands Free Laws

Written on June 18, 2021 at 5:59 pm, by

Georgia is heating up and summertime is near. After being cooped up all spring due to coronavirus stay-at-home orders, Georgians will be flocking East to Savannah and South to the Panhandle any day now. A traffic ticket and fine would put a damper on summer vacation. That’s why we’ve put together this Guide to Georgia’s… Read More

The History of Juneteenth and the Ongoing Struggle for Justice

Written on June 14, 2021 at 8:45 pm, by

Presented by Lamar Law Office, LLC of Atlanta, GA. The beginning of summer for Americans includes the observance of Memorial Day, an important holiday memorializing the sacrifices of U.S. veterans in service to the nation. While many consider the Fourth of July as the next major U.S. holiday, there is a lesser-known but equally important… Read More

How Contingency Legal Representation Works

Written on June 6, 2021 at 8:42 pm, by

Studies reveal that over 40 million lawsuits are filed every year in the United States. For most people, filing a lawsuit comes with a financial burden that could prove hard to overcome. However, should you find yourself in need of legal representation but without the money to pay for it upfront, you have options. Particularly… Read More

The Role of Black Women in Achieving Women’s Right to Vote

Written on June 4, 2021 at 6:35 pm, by

June 4, 1919 marks the day the 19th Amendment was passed in Congress. The Amendment would grant women the right to vote. Since the United States’ founding, voting had been restricted to property owners. Only white men were permitted to own property, leaving women and African Americans disenfranchised for much of American history. A Brief… Read More