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How Social Media Can Earn You A Drug Charge

Most people don’t realize that it is incredibly easy to get into trouble simply because of what you post on social media. Even if your Facebook profile is closed and you have an under the radar Instagram account, you can easily get yourself in trouble. Whether you are posting about going to a concert when … Continue reading How Social Media Can Earn You A Drug Charge

Are Drug Field Tests Unreliable?

All over the United States, including in Nebraska, drug possession arrests and convictions all relate back to drug field tests. However, an experienced drug attorney understands that there is a possibility that the test kits used for field testing are not quite as reliable as we have been led to believe. In fact, they are … Continue reading Are Drug Field Tests Unreliable?

Why Is Meth So Popular In Nebraska?

The use of meth (or methamphetamine) has increased to extremely high levels within the last few years. It can legally be obtained through a doctor as a treatment for many different diseases or illegally on the streets. Since the drug is so addictive, it is very, very rarely prescribed by doctors except in the most … Continue reading Why Is Meth So Popular In Nebraska?

Defining & Defending A Wrongful Arrest

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

Should Addiction Be Charged As a Crime?

For anyone who even pays a small amount of attention to the news, reading that drug addiction, particularly heroin and opioid addiction, is a widespread problem that continues to grow. No matter where you are in the country or who you are, you likely know someone who has been impacted by drug addiction – whether … Continue reading Should Addiction Be Charged As a Crime?

Traffic Stops and Possession With Intent: Know Your Rights

Possessing a controlled substance is a crime that many people will face in their lives because the federal government has chosen to regulate drug use. Possession of a drug isn’t always a crime – for many substances, with a prescription, it is entirely legal. Possession and use without a prescription and possession with intent to … Continue reading Traffic Stops and Possession With Intent: Know Your Rights

Omaha Drug Crimes Defense Lawyer: The Cost of Incarceration

Omaha drug crimes defense lawyer, Daniel Stockmann, is an expert in handling drug-related cases for his clients. In the state of Nebraska where marijuana use, possession, and sale is illegal, many people are impacted by the negative consequences of consuming cannabis. Meanwhile, people right across the border in neighboring Colorado are privy to the liberal … Continue reading Omaha Drug Crimes Defense Lawyer: The Cost of Incarceration

What is Rodriguez vs U.S?

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?

Stockmann Law Receives 2015 Best Businesses of Omaha Award

Omaha Award Program Honors the Achievement Omaha, March 17, 2016 — Stockmann Law has been selected for the 2015 Best Businesses of Omaha Award in the Criminal Defense Law category by the Best Businesses of Omaha Award Program. Each year, the Best Businesses of Omaha Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional … Continue reading Stockmann Law Receives 2015 Best Businesses of Omaha Award

Marijuana Laws They Are a Changin’: Options for Those Convicted Before Decriminalization

Marijuana Laws

Marijuana laws have changed to the point where certain drug offences no longer carry the harsh penalties they once used to. This means that instead of being faced with a possible jail term when caught with small quantities of marijuana, the penalties for a person charged with possession generally consist of a small fine. Furthermore, … Continue reading Marijuana Laws They Are a Changin’: Options for Those Convicted Before Decriminalization