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Harsh penalties for cocaine-related convictions in North Carolina

Drug charges in North Carolina come with some harsh penalties. All cocaine charges in North Carolina are felony charges that come with the possibility of time in prison. Even a possession of cocaine conviction means that you are facing time in jail.

Strict heroin laws apply to criminal cases in North Carolina

Heroin is a very dangerous drug. It is so dangerous that it is the subject of some of the toughest drug laws across the country. North Carolina law considers all criminal charges involving heroin to be felony charges. That means that if you are convicted of having even a small amount of heroin in your possession, you will have a felony record and can face time in prison.

What are the marijuana laws in North Carolina?

Marijuana is a drug that seems to stay in the news these days. Some states are making recreational marijuana legal. Other states are making medical marijuana legal. Some other states are decriminalizing marijuana. North Carolina is one of the states that has taken steps to decriminalize marijuana, but there are still penalties for marijuana convictions.

History of drug war in America traces the past

Getting a drug charge in North Carolina can be such a negative thing. You can lose your job because you have been charged with possession; you can alienate your family who have been there for you in the past. You can even have a record if the charge sticks. You aren't the first person to be charged with possessing or trafficking drugs. As a matter of fact, there is a long history that goes back to the 1960s of drug abuse in America.

2 arrested for drug trafficking in North Carolina

Many people believe that drug use is the root of many other crimes, including assaults, robberies and other violent crimes. Because of this, news stories about drug crimes and drug arrests are popular with various media outlets, but this can have very negative repercussions for the alleged offenders.

13 North Carolina officers arrested in drug trafficking sting

Those who are in a position of authority within the community have the responsibility to act accordingly and demonstrate the behavior they would wish their fellow citizens to show. However, this can sometimes cause the general public to put public servants such as police officers, firefighters or government officials, and forget that they too are human. When these citizens end up being brought up on criminal charges, news media outlets often run with the stories, seemingly forgetting that all defendants are innocent until proven guilty.

What are common drug possession defense strategies?

Just the same as other states, there are people in North Carolina who are charged with drug possession and/or similar crimes. As scary as this may be, it is important to remember one thing: there are a variety of drug possession defense strategies to consider. By taking the right approach, you or your loved one may be able to avoid serious punishment.


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