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Assertive Representation In State & Federal Court

Month: January 2021

Can you buy a gun for someone else?

With most products, naturally, it’s no big deal to pick them up for someone else and then have that person send you the money. It could be as simple as using a cash transfer app on your phone. You don’t think twice about it.    But what if that product is a...

Tan powder leads to two arrests in Ohio

Police in Ohio recently found two men in a car, and they were described as disoriented when officers talked to them. They were offered medical treatment, which they turned down. The police had initially been called by someone who said the men appeared unconscious, but...

What are the most addictive drugs?

In many, many drug cases, the real issue at the heart of the case is that the person accused of buying, possessing or transporting drugs is actually addicted to those substances. This makes the entire case far more complicated, as addiction is a disease and a medical...

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