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    Drug Crimes

    Drug Possession vs. Intent to Distribute: What’s the Difference?

    If you find yourself facing drug charges in California, it’s crucial to understand the legal distinctions between drug possession and intent to distribute. The state’s laws on drug offenses are complex and can have serious consequences for those more

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    What Happens If You Are Caught With Drugs While on Parole in California?

    Drugs on Parole Being accused of a drug crime in California is serious. If you are on parole, you could be facing even more serious penalties than if you were simply charged with a drug crime without a more

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    Who is Responsible if Drugs are Found in Your Car in California?

    Who is Responsible if Drugs are Found in Your Car in California? As the owner and operator of a motor vehicle in California, it is your responsibility to ensure that your car and its occupants are adhering to more

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    What You Need to Know About California Drug Trafficking Laws

    California Drug Trafficking Laws California has some of the harshest drug trafficking laws in America, which means that breaking these laws in any manner can possibly lead to serious repercussions, even if it’s a minor offense.  Drug trafficking more

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    How the Court Can Use Your Social Media Against You in a Drug Possession Case

    Technological advancements, especially the creation of social network platforms, have changed how people connect. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and others allow us to share information and photos about our lives with others, provide opportunities to make new connections, and more

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    Under California Proposition 64 – Am I Able to Give Marijuana as a Gift?

    California Proposition 64 Under California Proposition 64, it is legal for individuals aged 21 and over to possess, privately use, and even give away up to an ounce of marijuana. This means that, in most cases, it is more

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    What Happens If You’re Charged with a Drug Crime in a San Diego School Zone?

    California takes drug crimes very seriously, especially if they occur in school zones. According to state and federal law, drug crimes are punished far more harshly when committed within 1,000 feet of drug-free zones (DFZs), including school zones. more