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Man faces serious drug charges after police investigation

There are many different types of drug offenses that someone may be charged with. These offenses range in severity from simple drug possession to distribution or even trafficking. Most notably the differences in these types of charges come in terms of the potential penalties you could face if convicted. While drug distribution is a serious offense, and often carries mandatory minimum sentencing penalties, drug trafficking is an even more serious charge with increased penalties. The difference between distribution and trafficking often centers on the amount of drugs involved, with trafficking offenses usually involving greater quantities of drugs being offered for sale.

Should you challenge sobriety test results?

Regardless of how you got here, now you're facing criminal charges for driving under the influence. The officer who arrested you determined that you were under the influence using either field sobriety tests or a device like a breathalyzer. If you think you're out of options to build a strong legal defense, think again — you may have more ways to defend yourself that you realize.

Protecting your right against unreasonable search and seizure

Imagine a scenario where you are driving in your car late at night. Unbeknownst to you, you have a taillight out. A police officer pulls you over for the traffic violation of having a broken taillight. Naturally you are nervous during this encounter, as most people are when stopped by police. Nevertheless, you produce your valid driver's license and vehicle registration without incident. The officer however claims that you're nervous behavior is suspicious and asks you to step out of the vehicle.

You don't have to go it alone when dealing with family law issues

In every case, issues like divorce and child custody can have a lasting effect on families. Such situations are highly personal and emotional, and they can often be legally complicated and challenging. It is easy to see how people face difficulties and often run into trouble when they try to take these matters into their own hands.

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