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Tag Archives: drug crimes

Federal Prosecutions Can Involve Local Investigations

Four agencies team up to indict five Ohio men on federal drug trafficking charges January 30, 2014 marked the final federal indictment of five Ohio men who were allegedly involved in cocaine-related criminal activities, including conspiracy to distribute cocaine, drug trafficking and money laundering. The conspiracy charges alone carry penalties ranging from ten years to… Read More »

Minor Traffic Infractions Can Lead to Felony Charges

Recent Ohio tinted window traffic stops result in drug possession arrests Even a minor equipment infraction such as a broken tail light can be enough for police to stop drivers in Ohio. On their own, these infractions can lead to relatively minor misdemeanor charges. However, violating the window tinting laws can arouse suspicion. Unless violators… Read More »

Penalties for Marijuana Possession in Ohio

Ohio is not among the states, such as Colorado and Washington, that have decriminalized marijuana possession. Nor is Ohio one of the 21 jurisdictions that have legalized medical marijuana. In Ohio, it’s still against the law to possess even a trace amount of marijuana. A conviction for possession of any amount of marijuana can result… Read More »

Cocaine Possession Law in Ohio

In Ohio, possession of cocaine is a felony, and a  felony conviction can mean jail time, fines and loss of many privileges, including the rights to vote and own a firearm. Depending on the circumstances of your case and your criminal history, your attorney may be able to negotiate a plea agreement that involves a… Read More »

Doctor Shopping: What Is It and What Are the Penalties?

Doctor shopping occurs when a drug abuser accumulates prescription drugs by obtaining multiple prescriptions from multiple doctors. For example, if John Doe is maintaining a painkiller addiction through doctor shopping, he would visit a physician, fake his symptoms and obtain a prescription. Then he would visit a different doctor and repeat the process, without disclosing… Read More »

Benefits of Hiring a Drug Crime Defense Lawyer

Ohio has very strict laws when it comes to the possession, sale and use of drugs. Depending on the circumstances of your case, you may be required to pay expensive fines. But you could also face felony charges and lose your freedom. You have the right to an attorney and, if you cannot afford one,… Read More »

Mistakes that Can Jeopardize Your Criminal Defense Case

Have you been arrested for a drug crime or other offense in Ohio? The criminal justice system is complex, and making the wrong move might cost you your freedom. The moment you or your loved one is arrested, seek help from an experienced criminal defense lawyer. He or she can help you avoid the following… Read More »

Questions to Ask Your Drug Crime Defense Attorney

You have just been arrested for selling drugs in Ohio. Police have taken you downtown and taken your fingerprints, photo and other pertinent information. The officers start questioning you. Then, you remember you have the right to remain silent and invoke that right. Finally, you politely request that you speak to an attorney. Suddenly, all… Read More »

Arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Drugs?

Impaired driving arrests generally involve drivers who are drunk, but it is also illegal to drive under the influence of a drug of abuse in Ohio. A law enforcement officer might have grounds for suspicion that a driver has been using illegal drugs if there is a strong odor of marijuana smoke in the car,… Read More »

Business Owners in the Crossfire as Ohio Cracks Down on Synthetic Drugs

In November of 2012, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s office, working together with law enforcement agencies, raided five locations in multiple counties as part of an effort to crack down on the distribution of the synthetic drugs called bath salts. But what, exactly, are bath salts?  Despite their innocent-sounding name, bath salts are hallucinogenic drugs… Read More »

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