Of all the crimes in Nebraska, drug trafficking charges seem to be the most serious lately – and that is with good reason. I-80 runs through the state and acts as a thoroughfare for many drug trafficking rings. It connects one half of the country to the other and is a straight shot, meaning that … Continue reading What Leads To A Drug Trafficking Charge
Drug laws are serious – especially in Nebraska. Many people think of cocaine as a “party drug” that won’t get you into trouble – but it will. If you have been charged with a cocaine charge, you need to contact a cocaine lawyer in Omaha as soon as possible, as he or she will be … Continue reading Why You Need A Cocaine Lawyer In Omaha
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?
Drug trafficking charges arise in Nebraska from transporting marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, or heroin on Interstate 80 and through the state, whether to deliver within Nebraska or to another nearby state. While Nebraska does not have drug-centered law enforcement, police are paying more attention to these cases and are becoming savvier about finding these drug traffickers. … Continue reading All About Drug Trafficking In Nebraska
Title: What is Probable Cause to Search a Vehicle? | Nebraska Interstate Drug Defense Description: If during the course of a traffic stop, an officer develops probable cause to believe you are involved or engaged in the commission of a crime, he is allowed to search that vehicle without first obtaining a warrant. If during … Continue reading What is Probable Cause to Search a Vehicle?