Most people understand that if a person gets arrested, that person will be charged with a crime (in the vast majority of instances). But, with what exactly will that person be charged? Will it be a misdemeanor or a felony? What will be the severity of the potential punishment range?
Let’s be honest: America’s drug “schedule” system is just plain confusing — especially if you’re arrested in Texas, where drug penalty groups also come into play. In this article, you’ll find clear answers about the state’s drug classes, how those classes can impact your case, and what you should do next.
It seems almost predestined that the blue-and-red flashing lights pierce the darkness. Your emotions go into a tailspin — did you accidentally cross over the center line? Did you you suddenly dip ten miles below the speed limit? Why would the cop want to stop ME???
There are many Federal agencies that conduct investigations regarding the commission of Federal crimes. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), Drug Enforcement Agency (“DEA”) ...
The process by which a person is charged and prosecuted for a Federal offense can differ based on the type of case, its jurisdiction, the agency involved with the investigation...