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Defensive Steps To Use When Fighting A Marijuana Possession Charge

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If you recently obtained marijuana possession charges at a traffic stop, you are most likely going to fight them in an attempt to reduce fines and any jail time. Having a solid defense plan is necessary when fighting a drug possession charge in a state where legalization has not yet become effective. Here are some defensive tactics you can use to help your chances in reducing sentencing or charges due to having drugs in your vehicle. Read More»

3 Reasons To Hire An Experienced Criminal Defense Lawyer For Drug Charges

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If you have recently been charged with a drug-related offense, it is best to hire a criminal defense attorney who has years of experience successfully representing people accused of similar crimes. Here are a few reasons why: An experienced criminal defense attorney understands how the Fourth Amendment can affect the outcome of a drug case. The Fourth Amendment requires that search warrants be court-approved and supported by a reasonable cause. In addition, it prevents law enforcement from conducting searches and seizures that would be considered unreasonable. Read More»

Two Ways To Avoid Losing Firearm Privileges When Facing Domestic Violence Charges

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Although the Second Amendment affords people the right to own firearms, there are several ways people can lose that right. One way is being convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence charges. A 1996 amendment to the Gun Control Act makes it illegal for anyone with a domestic violence conviction to own or be in possession of a gun or ammunition. However, there are a couple of ways you can avoid being subjected to this provision. Read More»

Courtroom Behavior 101: Acing Your DUI Appearance

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Hiring an attorney to defend you on your DUI charge was a smart move, but you should understand that you are an important part of the legal team and that your courtroom behavior could make a difference in the outcome of your trial. Read below for some fast and easy tips to ace your courtroom appearance. 1. There is virtually nothing that happens in the real world that is not also available in the virtual world. Read More»

Ladies, Mind Your Midol: Nonprescription Drug Use Could Lead To DWI Charges

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Are you a female who frequently suffers from premenstrual syndrome (PMS)? Do you often take Midol or another type of nonprescription drug to ease your bloating, fatigue, and/or muscle aches? If so, you could be putting yourself at risk of being charged with DWI. Read on to learn more. Midol May Alter Your Ability To Drive Midol (as well as many other medications) may provide symptom relief, but it also causes drowsiness in some individuals, and this effect may be more severe if the drug is taken in combination with alcohol or certain other medications. Read More»