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Can I be charged with a crime for selling drugs to a person who overdoses in Massachusetts?

The unfortunate reality is that drug overdoses may lead to death. In some of these cases, prosecutors may try to …

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Does A Police Officer Have The Right To Search My Car For Drugs In New York?

In general, police violate your constitutional rights if they search your car without a valid reason or your …

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Does Each Felony Count As A Separate Strike Under California’s Three-Strikes Rule?

A strike is a violent or serious felony. A serious or violent felony is any offense causing severe bodily harm to …

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When is it simple possession vs. possession with intent to deliver in Pennsylvania?

Whether or not you will be charged with simple possession or possession with intent to deliver largely depends on …

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How Can A Lawyer Help If I’m Arrested For A Large Amount Of Drugs In Louisiana?

Regardless of the amount of drugs involved, the outcome of your case is not a foregone conclusion. The police …

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What are the penalties for marijuana possession in Pennsylvania?

Marijuana is categorized as a Schedule I drug under the Pennsylvania Drug Device and Cosmetic Act, meaning that it …

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What is the Difference Between Felony and Misdemeanor Drug Possession in Pennsylvania?

One of the most misunderstood aspects of Pennsylvania criminal law is the difference between felony level and …

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