Recent Posts in trafficking

  • 5-Jul-2017

    Man Spends 3 Months in Jail when Drywall Mistaken for Cocaine by Police

    This story demonstrates why having an experienced criminal attorney can make the difference between freedom and jail. Imagine you are pulled over by the police for forgetting to turn on your headlights and then winding up in jail for cocaine charges. ...
  • 5-May-2016

    Why Police Interviews Should be Recorded

    The police are human beings just like the rest of us. As such, they are prone to make mistakes or even cover up mistakes during interviews of suspects. Recordings of police incidents involving an arrest of a suspect often tell a different story than ...
  • 27-Oct-2011

    223 Arrested In National Day of Johns Arrests, An Effort To Stop Human Trafficking

    In 2005, Illinois passed one of the nation's strictest laws on human trafficking which involve offenses of involuntary servitude, sexual servitude of a minor or forced labor of persons for services. Charges range from a Class 4 to a Class X felony if ...
  • 18-Jul-2010

    Common Drug Offenses in Florida

    Common drug offenses in Florida involve marijuana. Florida has the harshest marijuana laws in the nation. If you are arrested and convicted of drug offenses for possession, sale, cultivation or distribution of marijuana, you could face jail time, ...
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