Contact A Nebraska Prescription Drug Lawyer ASAP No matter what, a drug possession charge can have far-reaching impacts on your job, housing, child custody, and general reputation in a community. It can be much more difficult to get a keep a job if you have any kind of drug charge in your history. Whether you … Continue reading Prescription Drug Lawyer Nebraska: What Is Doctor Shopping?
Possession with intent to distribute is a unique charge in that there are a few different ways in which you can get that charge. People charged with possession with intent to distribute often have a harder time getting their sentences reduced, fighting those charges, and settling out of court. This is a serious crime and … Continue reading Why Have I Been Charged With Possession With Intent To Distribute?
One of the most common questions that we get is this one: Can the police actually break into my home? As a Nebraska drug trafficking lawyer, this is an interesting question because people often claim they didn’t give consent to the police to search their homes, but sometimes they do in the heat of the … Continue reading Nebraska Drug Trafficking Lawyer: Can The Police Break In Your Home?
Over the last few years, the number of people who are going into other states for medical marijuana and then coming back into Nebraska has skyrocketed. Part of this is because it has just become easier to get – there are dispensaries opening up all along the borders between Colorado and Nebraska, in particular. People … Continue reading Colorado Border Checkpoints 2020: What To Know After Going to Marijuana Dispensaries
People who have been charged with possession with intent to distribute or deliver a drug often resort to pleading guilty to the charges. They believe that because they did have drugs on them, they cannot possibly fight the charges. Those people, who often feel defeated already, don’t think they need a lawyer. This simply isn’t … Continue reading Do You Need A Lawyer To Plead Guilty To Possession With Intent?
There is an increasing market for counterfeit drugs. They are usually sold on college campuses, at music festivals, and to unsuspecting young people who do not know better. Typically, people will shave down over the counter drugs like aspirins and put a new stamp on them. Sometimes they will use sugar pills, birth control pills, … Continue reading Where Do Counterfeit Drugs Fit Into Intent To Manufacture Laws?
Drug trafficking is a serious offense that has been getting a lot of attention lately. Within Nebraska and the United States, drug laws are becoming stricter and harsher. Drug trafficking, in particular, is a term that has become broader than ever before. Even so, knowing the terms used within drug trafficking is a good start … Continue reading What Does “Trafficking” Entail?
One of the most common drug charges in Nebraska includes possession with intent to deliver. Largely, this is because of the highway system that runs throughout the state. Possession with intent to deliver charges are quite different and more significant than a simple possession charge. Most drug offenses like this often carry a minimum sentence, … Continue reading How Courts Prove Possession With Intent to Deliver
Across the United States, there has been a rise in the number of prescription fraud drug cases. Part of this is because there are more people addicted to opioids and other types of drugs. Another cause is the fact that people are getting prescriptions and selling them for money. Other people are using them recreationally. … Continue reading What is Prescription Fraud?
Most of the cases that a Nebraska criminal lawyer will have to handle are state prosecutions for violations of state law. Most of these are argued in local or state courts. However, there are federal laws against criminal behaviors that are tied to cases as well, including interstate drug trafficking, federal tax fraud, or crimes … Continue reading What Makes Something A Federal Crime?