One of the most common drug charges in Nebraska includes possession with intent to deliver. Largely, this is because of the highway system that runs throughout the state. Possession with intent to deliver charges are quite different and more significant than a simple possession charge. Most drug offenses like this often carry a minimum sentence, … Continue reading How Courts Prove Possession With Intent to Deliver
Arrest warrants are issued when someone has committed an offense of any kind. A judge will issue a warrant for arrest through the court and will pass it on the deputy sheriff. Then, the police take these individuals into custody as necessary. If you think you are going to be charged with a crime, including … Continue reading How to Confirm A Nebraska Warrant
For those who have been charged with a crime, it can be nearly impossible to know when the police have made a mistake during an arrest or in their subsequent actions. Whether you have been charged with something as simple as speeding or as complex as possession with intent to deliver, it can be difficult … Continue reading When Police Make a Mistake During Arrest
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
The main distinction between possession and possession with intent to deliver is the intent of the person caught with the contraband. In other words, if the intent is to further distribute the contraband, then a possession with intent to deliver charge would be the appropriate charge. If intent is simply personal use, then possession would be the appropriate charge.