One of my favorite characters from the HBO show The Wire was Snoop, the enforcer for Marlo’s drug organization. Now…Continue Reading
Since about August of 2010 I’ve seen an uptick in the number of people charged with prescription fraud in Raleigh.…Continue Reading
Concerts can be a lot of fun. A chance to see a band like Phish or Widespread Panic or any…Continue Reading
As in all states, it is illegal in North Carolina to obtain a controlled substance by fraud. North Carolina’s General…Continue Reading
The New York Times has an extensive front page article on the problem of drugged driving. While it’s long been…Continue Reading
If you’ve been accused of trafficking, drug trafficking, or federal drug trafficking crimes in Raleigh or other parts of North Carolina,…Continue Reading
Whether you’ve been charged with having drugs Raleigh at a Widespread Panic concert, prescription drugs unlawfully in your home or…Continue Reading
Let’s say you’re very intoxicated. Before you got intoxicated, you put some marijuana in your pocket. Later in the evening you’re picked up for drunk and disorderly conduct, and taken to the jail for booking.
At the jail, you empty your pockets, and out tumbles the pot.
Can you be charged with Knowingly Possessing a […]
Normally if someone is picked up for a misdemeanor drug charge, he is charged with two crimes: simple possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. The paraphernalia charge is the more serious of the two charges. Misdemeanor possession of marijuana is a class 3 misdemeanor.
Misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia is a Class […]
NPR has an interesting report on the use and abuse of confidential informants.
Here’s an excerpt:
Loyola Law School professor Alexandra Natapoff, author of the new book Snitching, says the public has no clue about the thousands of informants now on the government payroll.
“It’s a very clandestine, secretive and unregulated arena that yet influences the outcome of […]Continue Reading