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Man arrested with 11 pounds of marijuana in vehicle

Everyone makes mistakes, and when you're facing drug charges, it's important for you to get to speak clearly about what happened without having to face a bias. The police may not understand why you were in possession of drugs or know the story behind your arrest, so it's important that the courts hear everything you have to say.

Rural Retreat man faces charges for marijuana distribution

A man from Rural Retreat is facing drug-related charges after he was stopped in his vehicle by police in Radford. The SWVA Today news reports that the stop, which occurred on Sept. 9, took place after an officer noticed the 20-year-old man's vehicle traveling erratically. He stopped the vehicle at about 12:20 a.m. on Jefferson Street.

The Virginia Drug Control Act and scheduled substances

In Virginia, a controlled substance is defined as being a substance that is listed in the Virginia Drug Control Act as a Schedule I, II, III, IV, V or VI drug. The only two substances not listed in the definition are tobacco and alcohol. Although these are considered to be controlled substances, they are not controlled under the Virginia Drug Control Act.

2 arrested for drug crimes in Bristol, Virginia

When you're caught with drugs, you can be in deep trouble with the law. What's important for you to realize is that drug charges can vary significantly, and it can be easy for the prosecution to accuse you of being involved in more than you were. Anytime you're accused of dealing, possessing or manufacturing drugs, you need to make sure to have a strong legal defense.

Rappers indicted for part in alleged drug distribution ring

Sometimes, having drug paraphernalia and making videos referring to drug distribution can get you into trouble. While rap is a kind of music that often talks about drugs and abuse, if you're being investigated for drug crimes, it can be damaging to your reputation. Your defense attorney can help you fight charges, like the attorney in this story is doing.

Captain of fire and EMS department arrested on drug charges

Drug charges can sometimes seem to come out of nowhere. Perhaps you take prescription drugs and had an extra prescription, so it appeared you were shopping for doctors to obtain more to sell, or maybe you had someone riding in your car who left narcotics behind that you didn't know about. Whatever the cause is for your drug charges, it's important to make sure you defend yourself from the moment you're arrested.

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