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February 19, 2015

Marijuana Laws They Are a Changin’: Options for Those Convicted Before Decriminalization

Marijuana laws have changed so much that the penalties for some offenses are not as harsh as they once were. In certain situations, the penalties have reduced from a having a high likelihood of serving time, to simply paying a

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March 6, 2015

Does Legalized Pot Possession Infringe on the Rights of Non-Smokers?

Pot possession is legal in some states now, though pot in Philadelphia remains illegal and will result in a pot bust for anyone caught. Though many people in jurisdictions have rejoiced over the changes in legislation, Washington state has felt

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March 10, 2015

Tips to Find the Right Philadelphia Drug Attorney

Are you looking for a Philadelphia drug attorney who has the qualifications and expertise necessary to help you win your case? Throughout the pages of this site, you’ll find seasoned, competent Philadelphia drug lawyers, but choosing the right one isn’t

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March 10, 2015

The Drug Lawyer Handbook: The Suppression Hearing

Any competent drug lawyer understands that the Fourth Amendment is the central concern in an interstate drug stop case. The federal government must prove that every part of the traffic stop, from the interrogation, to the search, detention, and the

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March 17, 2015

The Philadelphia Drug Attorney Guide to Drug Sniffing Dogs

If you have been charged with a controlled substance crime in Philadelphia, you will need the help of an experienced drug lawyer. The laws are incredibly complex, and no two cases are exactly alike. However, this guide to drug sniffing

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May 17, 2015

Drugless Drug Busts and How They Are Completely Legal

Drug Busts without Drugs: Yes, They’re Legal One would expect that drugs must be present in all drug busts, but oddly enough, no illegal substances need to be present for an individual to be charged. It’s not uncommon for people

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June 1, 2015

The Philadelphia Drug Attorney Guide to Getting the Most Out of Your Consultation

Consulting with a Philadelphia drug attorney is something nobody ever wants to do, but when the time comes to do it, it’s imperative to be prepared. Your Philadelphia drug lawyer will make the process easier for you, and will get

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June 11, 2015

Will Illegal Marijuana Possession Be a Thing of the Past?

In places like Philadelphia, illegal marijuana possession is at an all-time high. With the most recent success of pot legalization Colorado and other states, progressives are more troubled than ever with the constitutional gridlock in Washington and are arranging a

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July 14, 2015

How to Survive a Traffic Stop Drug Bust

How to Survive a Philadelphia Traffic Stop Drug Bust The best way to get through a traffic stop drug bust is not to be involved in a traffic stop at all, or at the very least, avoid having any illegal

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September 7, 2015

I Just Got Busted For Drug Possession. What Happens Now?

Busted for Drug Possession: What Happens Next? If you or someone you know was busted for drug possession, there are many possible offenses this could entail, as well as a myriad of penalties that may come of it. Some cases

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September 26, 2015

Can I Sue For A False Drug Arrest?

There are many reasons why a drug arrest may be considered to be unlawful or false. At its core, it involves being unjustly arrested or imprisoned, and it occurs with alarming frequency. Often times, the false drug arrest is spurred

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November 3, 2015

8 Reasons to Change Marijuana Laws

There is a growing movement to change marijuana laws within each state, though cannabis remains illegal on a federal level. Although the government has taken a hands-off approach, and no longer enforces federal laws in states that have legalized it,

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August 11, 2016

Traffic stop leads to drug trafficking charge

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — A man was charged with drug trafficking following a traffic stop Tuesday in Twin Falls County. Alan F. Akberdin, 37, was arraigned in Twin Falls County Court Thursday on possession of a controlled substance with intent

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