Drugs

Drugs

Drugs

Federal and state laws cover many types of drug crimes. State drug laws may be narrower as long as they don’t conflict with federal drug laws. Federal drug charges commonly result in longer sentences, while state drug charges may include short-term sentencing or even probation. Whatever type of drug crime is involved, having any kind of drug conviction on your record can have serious consequences. Common types of drug crimes include; paraphernalia, possession, manufacturing/delivery, trafficking and dealing.

Charges concerning drugs, whether for possession or manufacturing, nearly always involve a search and or a seizure of some type. A complete understanding of the law of search and seizure is oftentimes critical to a successful defense of charges involving drugs.

Federal and state laws cover many types of drug crimes. State drug laws may be narrower as long as they don’t conflict with federal drug laws. Federal drug charges commonly result in longer sentences, while state drug charges may include short-term sentencing or even probation. Whatever type of drug crime is involved, having any kind of drug conviction on your record can have serious consequences. Common types of drug crimes include; paraphernalia, possession, manufacturing/delivery, trafficking and dealing.

Charges concerning drugs, whether for possession or manufacturing, nearly always involve a search and or a seizure of some type. A complete understanding of the law of search and seizure is oftentimes critical to a successful defense of charges involving drugs.

Federal and state laws cover many types of drug crimes. State drug laws may be narrower as long as they don’t conflict with federal drug laws. Federal drug charges commonly result in longer sentences, while state drug charges may include short-term sentencing or even probation. Whatever type of drug crime is involved, having any kind of drug conviction on your record can have serious consequences. Common types of drug crimes include; paraphernalia, possession, manufacturing/delivery, trafficking and dealing.

Charges concerning drugs, whether for possession or manufacturing, nearly always involve a search and or a seizure of some type. A complete understanding of the law of search and seizure is oftentimes critical to a successful defense of charges involving drugs.

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