If you or someone that you love was given probation, the judge who handled your case at that time probably described the rules of your probationary period. He or she probably suggested that you meet with a probation officer on a regular schedule, that you abstain from drugs and alcohol, and, in general, that you … Continue reading Probation & Drug Possession Charges
Those who have been arrested and/or charged with drug possession absolutely have a right to meet with a Nebraska interstate drug lawyer who can help them to figure out what their rights are and how to fight the arrest. Any person who is facing a drug possession arrest will benefit from expert legal representation at … Continue reading When Police Make a Mistake During Your Drug Possession 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?
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
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?
Our Omaha drug defense lawyer blog usually covers things happening right here in Nebraska, but the latest news emerging from Hollywood is well worth sharing. Reports are now leaking out that the hit TV show “The Biggest Loser” went incredibly far to boost their ratings, and may have even encouraged narcotics use for contestants to … Continue reading Omaha Drug Defense Lawyer: “Biggest Loser” Encouraged Narcotics Use
Title: How Can I Prevent an Officer from Searching My Personal Belongings? Description: Assuming probable cause has been established, law enforcement will search the vehicle and any personal belongings contained in the vehicle. Assuming probable cause has been established, law enforcement will search the vehicle and any personal belongings contained in the vehicle. A person … Continue reading How Can I Prevent an Officer from Searching My Personal Belongings?
Omaha drug trafficking lawyer Daniel Stockmann warns about the legal dangers of cannabis after helping a New York man avoid incarceration for liquid hash. March 16, 2016, OMAHA, NE — Daniel Stockmann, an Omaha drug trafficking lawyer, has recently concluded another successful case, but the events that unfolded are a somber reminder of Nebraska’s unyielding … Continue reading Omaha Drug Trafficking Lawyer Marijuana Case: Cautions Public of Cannabis Laws