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Can I be charged with a crime for sharing prescription drugs in Pennsylvania?

It might be hard to believe, but a person who shares a prescription drug with a friend or family member can face …

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Can I get a DWI for substance use in Texas?

Many people are surprised to hear just how wide ranging a DWI is. While commonly thought of as an alcohol-related …

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How Can A Lawyer Help If I’m Arrested For A Large Amount Of Drugs In Louisiana?

Regardless of the amount of drugs involved, the outcome of your case is not a foregone conclusion. The police …

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Can Police Search My Car For Drugs Without A Warrant in Florida?

The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution provides individuals with protection from unreasonable …

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What are the penalties for marijuana possession in Pennsylvania?

Marijuana is categorized as a Schedule I drug under the Pennsylvania Drug Device and Cosmetic Act, meaning that it …

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What counts as “drug trafficking” under South Carolina law?

The term “drug trafficking” is misunderstood. It does not necessarily involve drug deals, smuggling or …

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What should I do if I’m charged with a drug or alcohol offense in Louisiana?

It’s scary when you’re arrested for a drug or alcohol offense. Everyone makes mistakes, but that …

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What is the Difference Between Felony and Misdemeanor Drug Possession in Pennsylvania?

One of the most misunderstood aspects of Pennsylvania criminal law is the difference between felony level and …

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Can I Fight an Arizona DUI for Prescription Drugs?

Yes, it is often possible to have the charges reduced or dismissed altogether. Many people do not realize that a …

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