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Memphis man charged with drug crimes

Most people in Memphis find that drugs are not something that they want in their neighborhood. Drug crimes can hurt neighborhoods by bringing in increased crime and lowering property values. Drug crimes are aggressively prosecuted and a person who is convicted of these crimes can face stiff penalties.

Drug manufacturing of marijuana leads to criminal accusations

Drug crimes in Memphis can be serious offenses. The punishment for drug offenses usually depends on the amount and type of drugs involved but can lead to prison time, loss of a good professional and personal reputation and other serious consequences.

83 arrested in Tennessee drug raid

A large drug bust occurred recently in Wilson County. During the raid over 80 people were arrested on various drug charges. These defendants are collectively facing 154 drug-related charges. The police claim they confiscated cocaine, marijuana, meth, prescription drugs, and heroin during the raid.

Many people arrested for drug charges in recent sting operation

Memphis residents involved in drug operations should know that these activities can bring serious drug charges. High fines, long prison sentences along with damage to a person's professional and personal reputation can all occur with a conviction. When people are arrested in the midst of a sting operation, prosecution may be even more zealous than usual due to the high publicity involved.

"Molly" bust brings drug charges

Drug charges in Memphis can be serious. Those who are convicted of drug possession and drug trafficking can face large fines and jail time. Public perception of those who are convicted of drug crimes is negative. Sometimes police make mistakes and people can be wrongly accused of drug crimes. It can be important to have the details regarding the investigation and subsequent arrest to make sure there was nothing illegally done by law enforcement.

Two people in Tipton County arrested in drug search and seizure

Drug crimes and drug charges in Memphis carry serious consequences for those who are accused. In addition to legal consequences, just being arrested and not even convicted can be detrimental for a person's reputation. The public may already believe the defendant is guilty even though they don't know anything about the case. This can be just as damaging as the charge itself.

Thirty arrested in Tennessee drug raid

Police raids for drugs happen quite frequently in Tennessee and can catch the attention of members of the public, particularly when covered in the media. The operations often have months of investigation and many times lots of people are arrested in the sting maneuver. However, police can make mistakes and innocent people can be charged with serious drug crimes.

Tennessee dentist arrested on multiple charges

Prescription drug offenses are becoming more common in Tennessee. Using medication that was prescribed to someone else is both a federal and state crime that can result in serious legal consequences, including jail time.

Restrictions on drug dogs could affect cases with drug charges

The image of police using drug-sniffing dogs to search a home, car or other property is something with which many Memphis residents will be familiar. Authorities have often relied on this tactic and drug dogs have contributed to many criminal charges filed against defendants. For example, one man was recently charged in Tennessee with serious drug charges after a drug sniffing dog allegedly found marijuana in his recreational vehicle.

Two Tennessee men arrested and charged with drug trafficking

It can be surprising how much a person's life can change due to a minor traffic stop. Not from any traffic violation itself, but what can stem from it. For example, two men from Tennessee were recently pulled over by police simply for traffic violations, but ended up being charged with the drug crimes of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, as well as drug trafficking in cocaine.

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