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3 facing drug charges after execution of search warrant

When multiple people are taken into custody in relation to the same crime, it is important that each person remembers that he or she will have a separate case. Though someone's initial instinct may be to protect the others also facing drug charges, it may not be the best course of action. Instead, individuals may want to explore the avenues that could help them reach the best possible outcomes for themselves.

Charges for meth, other drugs filed against Texas man

Some people may feel as if life is always ready to cut them down. They may feel as if their circumstances only go from bad to worse, and when they face criminal charges for meth or other drugs, they may feel as if they are only being proven right. However, individuals could help themselves get back on the right track by focusing on defending against the allegations.

Mother facing felony charge after child hit by car

It is an unfortunate reality that one mistake could have harrowing and irreversible outcomes. Though a person may already feel devastated by the results of his or her mistake, it is also possible for other consequences to result, such as criminal charges. In some cases, parties may end up having to defend against felony allegations.

Felony charge, other allegations likely after corpse found

The choices that some people make can seem unbelievable to others. In fact, many individuals may never understand why a person decided to take or to not take certain actions. Of course, there are two sides to each story, and even if a person's decisions result in him or her facing felony charges, that person's side of the story should still be heard.

Serious charge results for man accused in DWI crash

Anyone's day can turn from bad to worse if a situation results in criminal charges. An individual may have been driving and ended up in an accident, and that accident may have resulted in a charge for DWI. This type of situation is certainly stressful, and a person charged will likely benefit from exploring defense options.

Felony drug charges brought against man after Texas traffic stop

When facing criminal charges, some people have more complex cases than others. For instance, a charge for a traffic violation may not seem comparable to someone facing serious drug charges. In the latter case, an individual may need to work hard on defense strategies in efforts to avoid severe consequences.

Meth disguised as Easter candy and ecstasy recovered in bust

Federal, state and local law enforcement agencies worked together over the past year to perform a series of arrests that targeted gang, drug and gun crimes in the San Antonio area. Police recently arrested seven men who were allegedly members of a local gang that was involved in drug trafficking. According to police, the men were involved with the distribution of cocaine and meth.

Federal investigation yields 47 arrested and facing drug charges

A three and a half year federal investigation led by the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force was completed this week when 43 people joined four others that had already been arrested in a massive operation aimed at a suspected drug trafficking organization in Texas. At this time, 47 suspects are in custody and facing drug charges. Nine others have yet to be arrested. Some of those may be out of the country.

Man's charges include assault for allegedly biting off cop's ear

Traffic stops, although seemingly basic, can escalate and result in dangerous situations.  A Texas man has been arrested following a recent eventful traffic stop that resulted in assault charges. According to police, a 45-year-old man was pulled over by a police officer on Interstate 35E. The officer claims the way the car was moving caused him to suspect the driver was intoxicated. The man driving the vehicle pulled to the side of the road, but he did not get out of the car when instructed to do so. 

When facing drug charges, what does Schedule I mean?

Drugs and other substances were divided into five schedules by the federal Food and Drug Administration. The schedule of each drug reflects its potential for abuse, potential for dependency and whether it is used for medical reasons. When someone is arrested for drug charges in Texas, the charge specifies the schedule of the drug.

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