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Married couple arrested in Virginia for multiple drug offenses


Possession of an illegal substance can result in serious consequences. However, the consequences for possession alone pale in comparison to the consequences of drug distribution or trafficking charges. Typically, those found guilty of selling or transporting illegal substances can see anywhere from three years to life in prison. The length of the sentence will depend on a number of factors including type of substance, amount, and location of the drug sales. Selling drugs to children can also result in longer jail sentences.

Virginia college students face felony drug charges


College is often the first chance young people have to be independent and make adult decisions. Unfortunately, some students may find themselves in legal trouble as they navigate young adulthood. Four students at the College of William and Mary now face drug charges after an incident allegedly involving marijuana and other drugs.

When can an officer search my property?


If there is suspicion of illegal drug possession or distribution, officers may want to search your property to find evidence that will help their case. However, they cannot just conduct searches whenever they want to. The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures in places where a legitimate expectation of privacy exists. Your potential drug possession conviction may rest on whether you were the victim of an illegal search and seizure.

Virginia men face felony drug charges


If you are facing a conviction for drug possession or distribution, you should be aware of the serious consequences that could await you. Drug charges can result in varying amounts of jail time, depending on the type of drug and the severity of the crime. Two Virginia men were recently charged with several drug felonies after police found them in a vehicle outside a motel. The officers responded to a call reporting possible drug activity inside the Virginia motel.

High-schooler facing drug charges after fellow student's death


Nowadays, teen deaths involving drugs and alcohol are all too common for those who live in the state of Virginia. One recent case reminds us that giving drugs to someone else could result in serious drug charges, especially if the person dies while taking the drugs.

Virginia Tech football players facing drug charges


A college student facing drug charges can be forced to deal with a number of consequences both on and off the field. A drug conviction can remain on your record for the rest of your life, making it more difficult to find a job and establish a good reputation in your Virginia community, not to mention the prison time and fines that might be imposed.

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