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Have you recently been arrested for driving on Xanax? You can be charged with a DUI for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. It doesn’t matter if you’re taking the medication illegally or if you’re using medication that’s been prescribed to you. Being charged with a DUI can result in prosecution, even if…Read More →
Over half a million people are incarcerated for drug offenses in the United States of America. Additionally, the police make over a million arrests on drug possession charges alone in a given year. Other drug offenses include drug trafficking, manufacturing of drugs, distribution of drugs, and DUIs. This article looks at the most common drug offenses in…Read More →
When you receive a DUI for drugs in South Carolina, it may result in administrative penalties by the Department of Motor Vehicles including suspension of your driver’s license. Do not assume that having a prescription medication in your system will clear you of wrongdoing. Regardless of its necessity for your health, if your driving is…Read More →
In 2018, over 1.6 million people were arrested for drug law violations. Of those arrests, 1.4 million of them were for drug possession. If you are facing charges of possession with intent to distribute, you’ll want to retain an attorney as soon as possible to protect yourself. Read on to learn more about how you…Read More →
Do you have a misdemeanor or felony on your criminal record? Are you worried that your legal issues will ruin your FAFSA eligibility? Consequences of a criminal conviction can have a major impact on juveniles and college students. In some cases, they can strip you of any potential financial aid. These consequences differ based on…Read More →
If you’re a college student under the legal drinking age, a fake ID might not seem like a big deal, or you may consider it a necessity for a fun night out. Alcohol is everywhere on college campuses. In fact, nearly two-thirds of college students have used a fake ID in the past to purchase…Read More →