Facing an Indictment? How a Federal Drug Defense Attorney Can Help
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The US government takes drug charges very seriously. A charge at the federal level can be particularly harsh. Significant fines and serious time behind bars await those who face conviction.
Federal drug charges carry mandatory minimum sentences. So facing a federal indictment can feel crushing to your future. Depending on the type and quantity of drug possessed, you could see a minimum of five to ten years behind bars.
Staying in Possession of Your Freedom: What to Do if You're Arrested for Federal Drug Possession
In 2018, the Supreme Court ruled that states could permit sports betting within their borders. Within six months, New Jersey handled more than $1.2 billion in legal wagers. Some researchers believe that if online betting becomes accessible in all 50 states, it could become a $16 billion industry.
What to Do if You're Arrested for Federal Drug Possession. Drug possession charges can have a powerful impact on your future, especially if the federal government is involved. Here's what you need to know.
Synthetic Drug Law Changes
The Supreme Court has just ruled, in what I’m sure will be remembered as a landmark decision, that the “Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act” is unconstitutional. This allows states to make their own laws concerning online gambling. What impact does this have on Texas and the rest of the country?
Recently I have been asked to consult with several families who have loved ones who have been convicted and incarcerated for Federal Criminal offenses involving synthetic controlled substances, specifically synthetic marijuana or cannabinoids, commonly known as ‘Kush’..