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Drug Crimes

Can you suppress evidence in your drug case?

Drug charges can threaten to derail your future, especially if those charges involve trafficking or intent to distribute. A lot of times in these cases prosecutors are over confident, which drives them to approach accused individuals with plea deals. With evidence...

The right defense for the drug charges you are facing

The conviction of any type of drug charge is serious, and the repercussions can have a serious impact on your life. If you are currently facing state or federal drug charges, you understand the gravity of your situation and the need to adequately defend yourself...

Drug conspiracy charges and your loved one

Unquestionably, Kansas, Missouri and the rest of the country have a drug problem that does not seem to be getting better. Programs to educate the public, motivate young people and rehabilitate addicts have barely made dents in the problem. Your child has probably...

Do you need a lawyer if you are under investigation?

The threat of criminal charges is daunting. Even a misdemeanor charge can have a detrimental impact on your life, necessitating quick action to protect your rights and interests. Even if you have not yet been charged with a crime, you can benefit from the help of an...

Kansas attorney general reports on Colorado pot

Even though marijuana is illegal in Kansas, the legalization of the drug in Colorado has had a significant impact on the state. According to Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt, a recent survey of 320 different Kansas law enforcement agencies and 70 district...

When to accept a plea bargain in a criminal case

A plea bargain refers to the process of negotiation between a defense lawyer and the prosecution. Both the defense lawyer and the prosecution are able to initiate these negotiations, which then the defendant must accept or reject. During a typical plea bargaining...

Ringleader of multistate marijuana ring arrested

During a traffic stop in December of 2013, Kansas City police officers made an unusual discovery: a safe in a vehicle driven by Ronald D. Boyd was full of $100 bills totaling $70,000. While Boyd claimed he had the large sum of cash on him because he was a real estate...

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