The First Step Act is a relatively new bill that focuses on rehabilitating people who are convicted of drug crimes through different incentives such as early release and privileges for those who are already in jail. The focus is not to reduce prison sentences for those who have not yet been convicted, even though some … Continue reading A Discussion Of the First Step Act
Our Omaha drug lawyer blog covers current events related to both medical marijuana and recreational marijuana from time to time. One of the newest studies published by the Journal of Clinical Oncology shed a bit of light on what may be happening with push for medical marijuana. Cancer is Often an Approved Condition for Medical … Continue reading Omaha Drug Lawyer: Cancer Docs Call for Research
Omaha drug charges lawyer Daniel Stockmann has been unusually busy. While some of this is because he has earned a reputation for being one of the best attorneys around, the recent activities of the Nebraska State Patrol has a little something to do with it as well. In fact, the NSP was just honored by … Continue reading Omaha Drug Charges Lawyer: State to Break MJ Bust Records
As an experienced Omaha drug crimes defense lawyer, Daniel Stockmann knows the ins and outs of Nebraska’s cannabis-related legislation. In fact, the cornhusker state has some of the tightest laws and toughest legal consequences anywhere in the country, but it’s not alone in being a holdout where low-THC and CBD products are concerned. Federal Laws … Continue reading Omaha Drug Crimes Defense Lawyer: Only 4 States Ban THC + CBD
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?
A Nebraska drug lawyer is probably all-too-familiar with the abuse of power demonstrated by law enforcement on Interstate 80. Since the legalization of marijuana in Colorado, police have used the long stretch of road to profile out-of-state drivers and illegally search their vehicles. Drivers in states such as Wyoming and Nebraska have had the worst … Continue reading Nebraska Drug Lawyer: Law-Breakers Aren’t the Only Ones Dealing with Abuses by Police