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February 2017 Archives

Drunk driving charges aren't always predictable but you can fight

As the weather gets nicer, the number of cookouts and other parties is going to increase. It is imperative that you take proactive steps to avoid having to drive drunk before you head out to any of these parties. By doing this, you can save yourself a lot of trouble down the road.

What does the Drug Enforcement Agency do?

If you get involved with drugs in some way or are caught up in drug charges, does that mean the Drug Enforcement Agency is going to knock down your door? In most cases, drug charges are usually handled mostly by local or state authorities rather than federal entities. transporting drugs in and out of the country or over state lines might be cause for DEA officials to get involved. Someone being caught with a small amount of marijuana isn't usually a DEA matter. Here's a look at what the DEA does.

President Trump takes hard stance against criminal organizations

President Donald Trump just issued three executive orders that are aimed at reducing crimes. Essentially, President Trump has set drug cartels in the cross hairs of his plan. This could mean that some drugs are taken off the streets, but many people are wondering how these orders will impact lower level drug dealers and users.

Theft cases can come with lengthy incarceration, fight back

In our previous blog post, we discussed burglary and some of the points that you can use to fight these charges. This isn't only theft crime that a person might face. No matter what type of theft charge you are facing, you should find out about what options you have for your defense.

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