Drug Conspiracy Charges in Raleigh, NC

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Raleigh Criminal Defense Attorney, Michelle Sparrow, defines and explains a Drug Conspiracy Charge as it would be handled in North Carolina. A drug conspiracy charge is, in basic terms, an agreement between two or more individuals to violate federal drug laws. Criminal drug investigations are normally investigated over a period of time and involve intense scrutiny
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I See You! is Gps Tracking a Fourth Amendment Violation? (2)

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We are continuing our discussion of a case argued before the U.S. Supreme Court recently. The defendant believes his privacy was violated when the police planted a GPS tracking device on his car and tracked his movements for two months. The investigation culminated with his arrest and subsequent indictment for drug crimes. The police made
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I See You! is Gps Tracking a Fourth Amendment Violation?

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The U.S. Supreme Court has many criminal cases on the docket this term. The Court heard arguments on one of the most important, United States v. Jones, earlier this week. Criminal defense attorneys in Raleigh are watching the case because the decision in Jones will affect criminal investigations and anyone suspected of a crime anywhere
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