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  • Proving Intent to Sell Drugs versus Possession
      by HG.org

    When charged with the intent to sell, the accused often has more drugs in possession or in easy reach than is usual for personal use. This usually leads to thinking or suspicion that there is an intention that the drugs will be sold to others by him or her or through his or her direction, and these charges may be added to possession.

  • Guidelines for Drug Conviction Sentences
      by HG.org

    When criminal charges for drugs are issued, the sentencing guidelines depend on various factors present in the arrest, the case and the events that led to the incident. These matters permit the prosecuting and defending lawyers know what sentence could exist based on these elements within the case, and negotiations may commence from there.

  • Commuting Sentences for Drug Charges
      by HG.org

    When drug charges are issued to someone arrested under suspicion of possession, intent to distribute, trafficking or manufacturing, the possible penalties are swift, severe and life changing. Because of these issues, it is important for the defendant to attempt some form of negotiation up to commuting the sentences issued.

  • Non-violent Drug Offenders and Charges
      by HG.org

    Drug charges often lead to the most severe and strict penalties for any person that is found to possess, consume, distribute and sell the products. However, even if the person is a non-violent drug offender, he or she may find himself or herself in the same circumstances as a large drug dealer because of the way the laws have these penalties.

  • The Differences between Felony and Misdemeanor Drug Charges
      by HG.org

    Drug charges are often severe even if the ones issued are misdemeanor, however, knowing the difference could assist the person arrested in knowing how to prepare. The most severe of all drug charges issued are felony, and these could lead to the person’s conviction and sentence to prison for several years or decades.

  • What Is Drug Possession and Why Is It Criminal?
      by HG.org

    Drug possession is a constant problem throughout the world, but it has been going on for hundreds if not thousands of years. While it is illegal to have drugs that are considered unlawful, criminal charges may be pressed when someone is found possessing these illegal substances and materials, and this may cause the possessor to end up in prison.

  • Fighting Drug Charges of Possession and Distribution
      by HG.org

    When charges of drug possession and intent to distribute are issued, it is crucial the individual accused seek legal assistance immediately. Sometimes, these persons are innocent of any wrongdoing, and the lawyer is needed to ensure this is explained to the judge or jury if there is a trial.

  • Possession Issues in Drug and Marijuana Cases

    Possession of drugs and marijuana charges are common. University students are often common targets of the police, as well. There are some aspects of possession cases that all defense lawyers should consider.

  • What to Do When Facing Drug Charges

    If you are in danger of facing drug charges, you may face severe penalties and even a lengthy prison sentence. The best thing to do for your case is find a criminal defense lawyer as early as possible. They may be able to negotiate on your behalf and get you a lighter sentence before any formal charges are made against you.

  • Search & Seizure Law: Exclusionary Rule Applies at Probation Hearing in Pennsylvania

    The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has dramatically re-interpreted search and seizure law for people who are serving sentences of probation or parole. In Commonwealth v. Arter, the Court ruled that “illegally-obtained evidence which is suppressed during criminal proceedings should likewise be suppressed during parole and probation revocation proceedings pursuant to Article I, Section 8 of the Pennsylvania Constitution.”


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