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September 2015 Archives

3 charged with drug distribution after marijuana allegedly found

Drug possession is a serious crime itself, but if you're charged with distribution on top of that, you could be facing time behind bars and serious fines and penalties. It's easy for a simple possession charge to jump to a distribution charge, especially if you're caught with cash, large amounts of drugs, or multiple baggies. In these cases, you may want to speak with your attorney right away, because you need to protect yourself against charges that can be more severe than necessary.

Make sure your child support order is fair with your attorney

If you have to pay child support, you know that you'll generally have to abide by state guidelines when it comes to how much you'll pay. You want that amount to be fair to you, though; if you can't afford it, it shouldn't be that high. Your attorney can help you make sure that your child support payments are fair; even though they're supposed to be based on guidelines, those guidelines don't necessarily have to be adhered to. That's something you need to be careful of, because you could end up paying more than you have to.

26 National Football League players banned for drugs, alcohol

If you're accused of drug crimes like selling drugs or intending to distribute them, then the first thing you'll want to do is to defend yourself against the charges. Drug charges can affect your career; for instance, if you play sports, then you know that if you are caught with drugs on your person or in your blood, you can be stopped from playing in games. That means you can lose your position or even be let go from a team, costing you a lucrative future. If you stand up for yourself from the start, you may be able to build a case with your attorney that helps you show that the allegations against you were false.

How does adoption work in Virginia?

Adopting a child may be a goal of yours, and it can be an important step in the development of your family. You could have everything ready to bring a child into your home, but you still need to find that child to adopt. You can do that through an agency or other means, but you still have to do so legally through the state.

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