Ann Parman DUI Clients
743 Walnut Street, Suite 201
Macon, GA 31201
Office: 478-742-4054
24 Hour Service: 478-335-9426

DUI Attorney

Ms. Parman did a great job with my DUI. She responded to my request for representation immediately. She was able to get my ticket reduced, for good cause. I found out about Ms Parman because she was able to get a not guilty verdict in a jury trial because the intoxilator results were faulty.
Ann's ability to advise me during my divorce was helpful in gaining the best results for myself. She fights for the rights of her clients and keeps her clients informed. Ann is always available to her clients and is truthful about the case before you.
Ann Parman is the best! She will not back down from a fight and when others want to play hard and unfair she digs her claws in and stands her ground! There are not enough words to express my appreciation for all her hard work! I would say by far Ann Parman will work for her client to the very end. Thank you so very much Ann for all your hard work and knowlege I could not have asked for more!

Zebra Ziggy Freed; Zips Home
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FORSYTH, Ga. -- Ziggy the Zebra is going home to the farm, but it took a lawyer and multiple meetings with a judge to spring him from state custody. His owner, Christian Gray of Bolingbroke, reached an agreement yesterday with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources allowing him to reclaim the zebra that was confiscated from his 17-acre farm in August because he did not have the proper license. He must pay a $4,000 a civil penalty for having a wild animal without a permit, $500 in boarding fees to a licensed wildlife facility that took care of Ziggy after he was confiscated and $236 for a wild animal exhibition license. Gray told The Macon Telegraph "That's a lot of money for a zebra I already had, but Ziggy is priceless to me and my girls." After DNR officials confiscated Ziggy on August 28, Gray and his neighbors began a "Free Ziggy" campaign. Gray hired an attorney to help."Ziggy is a pet, a real member of the family, and he follows Christian arround and plays with Christian's children," said attorney Ann Parman. "He plays with Christian's dog, likes to swim, plays in the water hose, everything that a regular pet would do." The case was scheduled to go before Monroe Superior Court Judge Thomas H. Wilson Thursday, but instead the parties met in chambers with Wilson three times during the day to hammer out an agreement. Robin Hill, communications program manager for the DNR's Wildlife Resources Division, said the DNR is satisfied. Gray bought Ziggy about a year ago when it was 2 weeks old from a friend in Texas who raises exotic animals. He took Ziggy home to his daughters -- 12-year-old Chloe and 5-year-old Abby. Gray said he and his daughters plan to host a neighborhood party to welcome Ziggy home and that he is already booked for several functions, including the upcoming Christmas parade in Forsyth.

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