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  • What Is Level I Status Drug Trafficking?
      by HG.org

    The distribution and selling of drugs are rampant throughout the world. These criminals provide and cause addiction in thousands of people each year. When large quantities are distributed to other areas or individuals, multiple crimes are often charged if they are caught by law enforcement.

  • Some of the Most Lenient Marijuana Laws
      by HG.org

    The world has started changing its views on certain drugs. Of these, marijuana has been considered by citizens of the United States for several years as less of a drug and more of an herb. Many individuals have used this substance to assist in medical treatment for pain, aches, swelling and many similar issues a person often faces with certain ailments or conditions.

  • Some of the Strictest Marijuana Laws
      by HG.org

    The laws of the United States have started to change when dealing with some drugs. One particular drug that has a change of regulation and law governance is marijuana. While some states have legalized the use and manufacture of this substance, other states have started to become stricter in dealing with those consuming this product.

  • About Blind Mules
      by HG.org

    The supply and transporting of illicit substances are growing issues within the world since the war on drugs failed. Criminals purchase drugs from one place where they are cheaply bought or grown and sell them in another at a higher price to provide thousands of drug users each year.

  • Can a Pregnant Person Legally Take Methadone?
      by HG.org

    Drug addiction is rampant among Americans of all ages and backgrounds. For decades, the war on drugs has failed to eradicate this issue. These substances have overtaken lives to the point friends and family no longer recognize who these addicted individuals are any longer.

  • Possibility of Scheduling Down Marijuana
      by HG.org

    In the years after 2000, marijuana has been considered less of an illicit substance and more of a common drug found everywhere. Healthcare professionals have found many individuals use it to soothe pain with medical problems. The medical aspect of the drug has become so widespread that several states have attempted to legalize the drug for at least medicinal purposes.

  • Drug Crimes and Penalties
      by HG.org

    The punishments for possession, distribution and the manufacture of drugs are often harsh and severe. When multiple counts are applied to a personís case, he or she may see life behind bars. Combine violence with these crimes, and the person may face other penalties often more severe than if violent acts were not added to the charges.

  • What Happens If You Take Prescription Drugs without a Prescription?
      by HG.org

    Many families have access to drugs lying around the house from previous prescriptions that were not completely used. In many situations, one person or another in the family may give these drugs to another person even if he or she does not have that prescription or may require a different dose.

  • Reducing Federal Drug Penalties
      by HG.org

    Penalties for drug charges are extremely severe for those convicted of these crimes. Starting in 2014, acts have been proposed to provide a reduction in consequences for these crimes as well as a retroactive allowance for those convicted from the point the acts were proposed originally. These acts are to update the minimum sentencing to keep with the years as laws and sentencing shift and change.

  • New Guidelines Regarding Drug Offenses Established by Sentencing Commission
      by HG.org

    When a person is facing federal charges, he or she must be concerned with the federal sentencing guidelines. In the event that he or she is found guilty of a federal crime, he or she will be subject to the guidelines.

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