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Jan

Drug Possession Lawyer | Bringing Drugs to School

Drug Possession Lawyer.  Obviously, possessing illegal drugs anywhere can get you into trouble. But all states and even the federal government have increased penalties for possession in so-called drug-free zones like schools. So when do these laws apply, what do they look like, and what are the possible penalties for bringing drugs to school? Federal Drug Laws As part of the War on Drugs, Congress has passed several laws increasing the mandatory minimum sentence for possessing drugs on or near schools. For example, 21 U.S.C. 860 doubles the maximum punishment for "possessing with intent to distribute...a controlled substance in or on, or within one thousand feet of, the real prope ...

15
Jan

DUI Attorney | Virtual Breathalyzer

Just about everyone has a smartphone these days, and yet many of us still aren't smart enough to hand over the car keys after we've been drinking. So is it time for our GPS- and internet-enabled devices to do our drunk thinking for us? Researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel think so, and think they've found out how to do it without requiring a breath sample or relying on users to enter in their gender, weight, and number of drinks into an app. So how does the smartphone in your pocket or purse know if you're too tipsy to drive? Virtual Intoxication Calling his system a "virtual breathalyzer," Ben Nassi was able to aggregate data from multiple gadgets and appro ...

13
Jan

Drug Possession Defense Attorney | Homemade Drugs

Drug Possession Defense Attorney.  The first thing that pops into most people's minds when they think about homemade drugs is Walter White, or some less glamorous meth lab in someone's kitchen. And it's true that quite a few folks are cooking up illegal drugs at home using completely legal ingredients they bought online or in stores. But is it possible you could be making a homemade drug and not even know it? Cleanse or a Cure? At first glance, the FDA's guidance on distinguishing between a cosmetic and a drug seems pretty laughable. We all know the difference between mascara and marijuana, right? But it turns out some homemade products can classify as both, depending on the product' ...

06
Jan

Criminal Defense Attorney | Vaping Laws

Criminal Defense Attorney Criminal Defense Attorney | Vaping is here to stay, apparently, and those seeking electronic means to get their nicotine fix have been running into a confusing, and at times conflicting, set of laws and regulations. It seems that e-cigarettes and vaporizers arrived on the scene at the exact moment lawmakers were cracking down on tobacco-based cigarettes, and legislators hadn't given much thought to regulating their electronic brethren. This has left vapers with a lot of questions when it comes to puffing prohibitions, so here are a few answers: 1. Arrested for Vaping? Yes, it can happen. Whether municipalities are misinterpreting their anti-smoking statutes ...

05
Jan

Criminal Defense Lawyer | Giving Birth In Prison

Criminal Defense Lawyer Criminal Defense Lawyer | Of all the places to give birth, jail sounds the least appealing. While jails and prisons in every state are required to provide medical care for their inmates, the way pregnancy and birth are handled varies quite a bit from state to state. Perhaps one of the most shocking practices that is allowed in over half the states is restraining or shackling an expectant mother, even while in labor, to the bed. When it comes to questionable policies, it doesn't end there either. Some states only provide 24 hours of bonding time with the newborn, while others may provide for 48 or 72 hours. Only 10 states have programs that allow mothers to stay wit ...

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