Any drug charge, even one that appears minor, can have a major impact on your life. From difficulties securing employment to the many consequences of a conviction, you need to think about the future.
The "Death Diaries," or a project looking at what drugs were most responsible for patient deaths in 2013, has shown a serious problem in California. Amidst the opioid epidemic, this project aimed to find out which drugs caused the most problems to help reduce the ability of individuals to obtain them and to identify how they're obtaining them.
As a veteran, it's possible that you could find yourself in trouble with the law at some point (just the same as anyone else).
The police pull you over, claim to find illegal drugs in your car, and use a field test to examine them right there on the side of the road. The chemical -- cobalt thiocyanate -- starts out pink and then turns blue. That means, the police tell you, that the substance was cocaine. You're arrested immediately.
When it comes to drug trafficking, there are many things you need to know.
While many people believe that the court system is "one size fits all," this isn't typically the case in today's day and age.
If for any reason you are charged with drug possession, it's imperative to immediately look toward the future.
In a relationship, you know there are good times and bad times. You know there are times when you or your partner say things you don't mean. Unfortunately, there are situations in which things go too far. In this case, it's possible that your partner could accuse you of domestic violence.
It's easy to believe that anyone can use prescription drugs; however, nothing could be further from the truth.
While the smoke has hardly settled from the victory celebrations of California's marijuana smokers' November victory to legalize the recreational use of pot in the state, Assemblyman Tom Lackey has thrust up a new roadblock that could land those who smoke and drive behind bars.