When someone is arrested for any type of drug related crime, it requires a serious defense. However, when someone is arrested along with ten other people and charged with drug trafficking by the federal government, an aggressive defense will be required.
When a few people are charged with crimes related to drugs, they require a strong defense. However, when the people charged were former deputies and the charges include possession charges with intent to distribute, they require an aggressive defense.
When someone is charged with drug possession and evidence tampering crimes, a strong defense is needed. When the person charged is a police chief facing drug possession and evidence tampering crimes, he requires an especially aggressive defense.
There are many constitutional issues that arise when someone is accused of a drug crime. Sometimes police or other authorities utilize investigative techniques that violate an individual's constitutional rights. This is why it's important that the accused establishes an aggressive defense against the charges. Whether the charge is for the alleged possession, manufacture or trafficking of a drug, it's imperative the individual's rights are protected to the fullest extent of the law.
Anytime someone is accused of a crime, they need an aggressive defense to ensure important constitutional rights are protected. The charge of drug possession is no exception.
A traveling medical technician who allegedly caused an outbreak of hepatitis C in 12 hospitals in seven states is being held on federal drug charges. The 33-year-old lab technician is accused of stealing the strong anesthetic drug fentanyl from a hospital in New Hampshire and injecting himself with syringes. The syringes were then allegedly returned by the tech and later used on patients.
Christopher Christie and Jamila Smith were both charged with possession of cocaine and several counts of forgery. According to police, the two passed bad checks at Target, Staples and T.J. Maxx before being arrested. After police arrested them for the bad checks, a bag of cocaine was found inside their vehicle. Police are still conducting an investigation to determine the total amount of the thefts. Both Christie and Smith are currently being held without bond. To read more on this story please go to http://www.unionleader.com/article/20120702/NEWS03/707039939
Deshawn A. Robertson has been charged with possession of cocaine with intent to deliver as well as a weapons charge. The arrest came after police did a felony traffic stop on Robertson's vehicle in the Jacksonville Florida area. Police found crack cocaine in Robertson's pants and a loaded gun in his car. Robertson was recently released in March 2012 from the Florida state prison system. To read more on this story please go to http://www.firstcoastnews.com/news/local/article/261139/3/Jacksonville-man-arrested-for-cocaine-trafficking
Miki Macias has been arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance and a charge related to possession of a firearm. Macias was stopped just after midnight when police noticed a vehicle code violation. After speaking to Macias, police believed he was under the influence of drugs and asked him to step out of the vehicle. Upon conducting a search, police found less than a gram of cocaine in his pocket and a loaded gun in his vehicle. To read more on this story please go to http://www.mercurynews.com/breaking-news/ci_20883822/tattoo-artist-arrested-suspicion-drug-possession-gang-participation
This past Sunday, a commercial bus driver was arrested on drug charges outside of Houston. The tour bus driver was responsible for driving more than two dozen passengers from Houston to Chicago and was pulled over near Splendora, Texas.