This is part two of a two-part series on our Omaha defense lawyer blog, covering the history of cannabis and how opinion on it has changed over time. The first part covers the history that shaped an anti-marijuana culture. If you haven’t read it, check it out before you read this second part, which focuses … Continue reading Omaha Defense Lawyer: How US Marijuana Attitudes Have Changed (Part 2)
As a seasoned Omaha defense lawyer, Daniel Stockmann has seen a major cultural and legal shift in how marijuana cases are addressed. While it seems like the wheels of change have been turning slow, it’s important to recognize that these changes are spurred by public attitudes about the leafy green substance. Moreover, public attitude has … Continue reading Omaha Defense Lawyer: How US Marijuana Attitudes Have Changed (Part 1)
Our Omaha defense attorney blog often discusses state-to-state legality issues. In most cases, the issues surround marijuana leaving Colorado, where it is legal, and being transferred through Nebraska, where it is not legal, to other parts of the country. It’s well-known that Nebraska’s interstates are heavily patrolled because of this, and officers will look for … Continue reading Omaha Defense Attorney: Trafficking Harms Legalization
As an experienced Omaha drug defense attorney Daniel Stockmann has dealt with a number of opioid-involving cases. One of the most common substances is the synthetic opioid known as Fentanyl. It’s often smuggled to the United States from China, where it was manufactured legally. Effective March 1, China banned four variations of Fentanyl from being … Continue reading Omaha Drug Defense Attorney: China Banning Opioids
As an Omaha drug attorney, Daniel Stockmann’s clients routinely have concerns that Nebraska’s mandatory minimum sentences will land them behind bars. Although Mr. Stockmann’s track record and demeanor quickly alleviates these fears, it’s perfectly understandable that they’d have worries, considering that Nebraska is one of the few states that does apply these harsh consequences. However, … Continue reading Omaha Drug Attorney: Will Mandatory Minimum Sentences End?
As a seasoned Omaha drug crimes defense lawyer, Daniel Stockmann mostly focuses his practice on helping people accused of marijuana charges. However, synthetic marijuana, often called K2, spice, or spike, has become a huge problem across the United States, particularly in areas where marijuana is outlawed. What K2 is (and Isn’t) A lot of people … Continue reading Omaha Drug Crimes Defense Lawyer: K2 Leaves Lincoln Following Arrests