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Protection from severe drug charges when calling 911

Did you know that more young and middle-age people (ages 25 to 64) pass away accidentally because of overdoses than in car accidents? These overdoses could come from the use of illegal drugs or even legal drugs, such as alcohol. For many, this is a startling statistic.

North Carolina man cannot post bail in drug case

A man from North Carolina has been charged on a number of different counts -- there are six total in the indictment for his case, and he was named in regards to five of them -- that relate to selling crack cocaine. The incident in question happened back in 2011, and the court says that the man was working with at least two others to sell the drugs.

Judge overturns North Carolina man's drug convictions

An Arizona Superior Court judge has essentially erased the convictions of a North Carolina citizen. Reports say the defendant, who was arrested for allegedly transporting around 26 pounds of cocaine across state lines, was from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Throughout the case, there was apparently some disagreement about why the man was stopped in the first place, leading to a deeper investigation and the erasure of the 42-year-old man's convictions.

Officials net 17 convictions in prescription drugs sting

In the aftermath of a law enforcement sting called Operation Pill Crusher, 17 North Carolina residents received convictions last week. Reportedly, the operation was conducted over a months-long period that originally netted more than 80 arrests. The 17 defendants convicted last week each made a plea of guilty to the drug charges. No further information was provided about the rest of the people the police originally arrested.

Defending yourself against marijuana charges in North Carolina

Drug offenses are serious regardless of your location, but southern states like North Carolina take an especially aggressive approach to drug charges. While each case is unique, the best way to combat such charges is by taking an equally aggressive approach to building a defense, particularly when a case has extenuating circumstances. Since marijuana is one of the most heavily-used substances in the United States, it's important to understand the possible consequences when trying to build a good defense.

Support for North Carolina man facing criminal drug charge

In Hendersonville, North Carolina, a public display of support has been taking place for a man facing criminal drug charges. The owner and operator of the "Blue Ridge Medical Cannabis Research Corporation" claims law enforcement personnel conducted a raid on his business in 2013, seizing his marijuana plants and charging him with possession and trafficking of the substance.

North Carolina pharmacist loses license, faces trafficking charge

Sometimes, the people we look to most for guidance and support appear to do things that could potentially destroy our trust. Pharmacists, who look out for individuals by providing advice about medications and warnings about drug interactions, are people we feel we can rely on for honest service. However, a recent story out of Charlotte reveals that anyone can potentially fall victim to the dangers of drugs in one form or another, even a trusted neighborhood pharmacist.

North Carolina teen and girlfriend facing severe drug charges

A 19-year-old man with a history of drug arrests is once again facing serious drug offenses in North Carolina. The youth and his 26-year-old girlfriend were arrested last Wednesday after a tip led police officers to a residence where the 19-year-old and his father allegedly attempted to dispose of evidence, according to police officers. The man's girlfriend was reportedly over eight months pregnant at the time of the arrests.

Wilson, North Carolina, residents arrested in heroin sweep

Marking the end of a six-month heroin distribution ring investigation by the Rocky Mount Police Department, officials arrested three Wilson residents on drug charges involving heroin and Ecstasy. Members of the Wilson police force assisted Rocky Mount police with the arrests. The Rocky Mount investigators also arrested three other individuals from Rocky Mount and Newark, New Jersey, during last week's sweep.

North Carolina policeman and roommate involved in drug charges

In a case sure to spark discussion, a Pitt County, North Carolina, deputy recently turned himself over to authorities for his involvement in a controlled substance drug scheme. According to court documents, the deputy collected 41 units of Percocet, a controlled substance, from Walgreens in November 2013. The deputy came back into Walgreens two days later claiming the pharmacy had shorted him by 41 units. He was given the medication at the time but an audit later revealed the deputy had been lying.


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