If you have been arrested, detained, or held against your will by the police, you might have been wrongfully arrested and should fight it. Whether it was a traffic stop or due to marijuana enforcement on the Nebraska Colorado border, you want to retain a lawyer who will help you fight for your rights. These … Continue reading Defining & Defending A Wrongful Arrest
Often, people who face possession with intent to manufacture or deliver charges believe that they cannot get in trouble because instead of “real” drug, they sold a counterfeit drug. This is a situation that is increasingly common in today’s world. As drugs become more and more popular, people are looking for ways to make the … Continue reading Where Do Counterfeit Drugs Fit Into The Law?
It is a concept no parent even wants to think about: their child has a drug problem. From all of the stories we see on the news every day to the thought that we somehow made this problem, your child testing positive for drugs, being caught with drugs on their person, or even charged with … Continue reading Teens and Drug Use: Where the Problems Fall
For so many people, the law can be extremely confusing and disturbing. If you have committed a crime and face charges for it, you will eventually have to come to a decision that can be life-changing: whether or not to plead guilty to your charge. For example, if you face a possession with intent charge, … Continue reading Do You Need A Lawyer To Plead Guilty?
The possession of drugs or a controlled substance with the intent to distribute or sell is a felony offense under most state laws, including Nebraska. Nebraska drug laws are quite strict, and the federal laws are even more stringent due to the drug crisis that we are experiencing. The charges for possession and possession with … Continue reading What’s the Difference Between Possession and Intent to Distribute?
Because Nebraska shares a border with Colorado, it’s common for Nebraskan state troopers to be on the watch for marijuana traveling across state lines. Under federal law, transporting any marijuana from Colorado into Nebraska is a felony. Omaha transportation lawyer Daniel Stockmann often works on cases in which these people have been wrongfully searched or … Continue reading Omaha Transportation Lawyer: Probable Cause for Vehicle Searches
Daniel Stockmann is a leading Omaha criminal lawyer. He has been practicing for nearly 15 years and has helped thousands of clients gain favorable outcomes. His expertise rests in defending clients who have had their rights violated by authorities in drug-related arrests, which are frequent in Nebraska considering its proximity to states with more relaxed … Continue reading Omaha Criminal Lawyer: Marijuana Laws Fuel Border War
Although the bulk of attorney Daniel Stockmann’s cases involve marijuana being transported on Nebraska’s interstates, as an Omaha drug charges lawyer, he routinely manages all types of substance-related offenses. One recurring theme across the entire United States is that those who do get hooked usually find themselves stuck for one of two reasons; either through … Continue reading Omaha Drug Charges Lawyer: Get Rid of Unused Meds Safely
Title: What is Rico Law? Description: Federal RICO laws, or racketeering charges, were initially created to combat organized crime. Federal RICO laws, or racketeering charges, were initially created to combat organized crime. Simply put, these laws make it unlawful for a person to cross state laws or travel in interstate commerce with the proceeds of … Continue reading What is Rico Law?
Omaha marijuana possession lawyer Daniel Stockmann usually gets calls from motorists who have been pulled over on one of Nebraska’s interstates and charged with trafficking, but AAA just released a study that suggests this pales in comparison to some of the other effects that occur when weed and vehicles mix. The agency has been monitoring … Continue reading Omaha Marijuana Possession Lawyer: AAA Says Weed’s Causing Wrecks