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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Lawsuit Against DEA Shows Legal Problems Linked To Social Media

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Be careful what you put on the Internet. It’s a saying we’ve heard time and time again, whether it was said by your parents or technology experts. In many situations, the information you put on the Internet can be accessed by anyone. Instead of it being your personal information, it becomes public information. But at
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Wake County Couple Charged With Drug Trafficking From Shared Home

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A man and a woman living together on a nearly one-acre property recently were arrested and held in the Wake County Detention Center, with bail of $100,000 each. The arrest warrant also described a person whose name indicates he is the man’s son, but it is unclear whether he was taken into custody with the
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Prescription Fraud Often Starts with a Simple Prescription

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It is a story told over and over in our culture: A patient who sustains a painful injury or goes through a serious surgery receives a prescription for Oxycodone, Morphine, Codeine or a similar drug. The patient may have little reason to suspect that the drug will ultimately cause more harm than good. At the
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The Story Of One STARR Graduate Shows Hope And Determination

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Yesterday we provided a brief outline of the Substance Abuse Treatment And Recidivism Reduction program. Durham County operates the STARR program with the goal of providing help to inmates who are addicted to drugs and alcohol, thereby reducing recidivism rates. The program is administered by the Durham County Criminal Justice Resource Center and Sheriff’s Office,
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