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
Title: What is the Current State of the Case Law? Description: The current state of the case law with regard to traffic stop and searches of vehicles. The current state of the case law with regard to traffic stop and searches of vehicles, particularly when considered in conjunction with the newest opinion from the US … Continue reading What is the Current State of the Case Law?
Title: What is Rodriguez vs U.S? Description: Rodriguez v United States was a US Supreme Court case decided in April 2015 which discussed when a police officer may extend the length of a traffic stop in order to have a drug dog conduct a free air sniff of a vehicle. Rodriguez v United States was … Continue reading What is Rodriguez vs U.S?
Title: At a Traffic Stop, What Personal Items Can Be Used as Evidence Against Me? Description: If an arrest is made pursuant to a traffic stop and search of a vehicle, law enforcement will most certainly seize any electronic devices that are found in the vehicle. If an arrest is made pursuant to a traffic … Continue reading At a Traffic Stop, What Personal Items Can Be Used as Evidence Against Me?
As a lawyer for drug charges in Omaha, Daniel Stockmann has seen quite a few high-profile and complex cases, but the details emerging from Minnesota following Prince’s death are one-of-a-kind. In just a few weeks, we’ve gone from believing that the singer was suffering a bad case of the flu to hearing now that he … Continue reading Lawyer for Drug Charges in Omaha: Murder Charges for Prince’s Suppliers?
Title: Is Simple Possession of Cocaine an Aggravated Felony? Description: In this video, Daniel explains the penalties for cocaine possession in Nebraska. Simple possession of cocaine, or for that matter, methamphetamine or heroine or crack cocaine, is classified as a Class 4 felony in Nebraska. If the charges were brought after August 2015 the penalties … Continue reading Is Simple Possession of Cocaine an Aggravated Felony?
Title: What’s the Difference Between Possession and Intent to Distribute? Description: The main distinction between possession and possession with intent to deliver is the intent of the person caught with the contraband. In other words, if the intent is to further distribute the contraband, then a possession with intent to deliver charge would be the … Continue reading What’s the Difference Between Possession and Intent to Distribute?
Omaha drug charge lawyer Daniel Stockmann has heard it all when it comes to the tricks cops play in order to apprehend a suspect or to get him to confess. Though April Fool’s Day has come and gone, these tactics persist, and are routinely used by law enforcement agents. Sometimes they’re legal, and sometimes they’re … Continue reading Omaha Drug Charge Lawyer: Ebola-Laced Meth & Other Tricks Cops Play