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Drug court helps to address more than criminal behavior

Many people who are facing drug charges worry about what life will be like in prison. Some of them assume that they will head straight there upon conviction. This isn't always the case. It is possible that some people who are facing less serious drug charges, such as possession charges, might be eligible for drug court.

Drug possession defenses sometimes follow a common theme

Facing drug charges requires you to think about the type of defense you are going to use. This isn't always an easy decision to make because there are a lot of variables. One of the things that you need to think about is what type of charge you are facing.

Drug paraphernalia charges are possible without any drugs

Many different types of drug charges exist, but there are some of them that aren't thought of often. One of these is drug paraphernalia charges. A person can face this charge even if there aren't any drugs found in his or her possession.

Meet the employment challenge head-on after a conviction

When you have a criminal conviction, it can be hard to find a job. This is something that can greatly impact your life because you need a job to support yourself. People will tell you that you need to turn your life around so you don't face more criminal charges. What they don't realize is that you are facing what can seem like an impossible battle.

Drug dealing charges must be handled carefully

Some people turn to anything they can do to make money. If you turn to selling illegal substances, you are taking a risk of landing yourself in front of a criminal justice judge. This isn't a good place to be, but you need to face the situation head on so that you have time to prepare for what's to come.

Drug court's role in the Arkansas judicial system

It is all too easy to think that people who do drugs should just be sent to prison. After all, that is a place where they can get clean, right? This is totally wrong. It is often possible, and sometimes easier, for people in prison to get ahold of drugs. There is a fairly good chance that going to prison isn't going to do a person addicted to drugs any good at all.

What do I need to know about pot laws in Arkansas?

Some Arkansas residents mistakenly believe that marijuana is now legal in the state, but you can still get busted for its recreational use. It's important to understand that distinction, as last year, Arkansas voters passed a referendum allowing the use of marijuana as treatment for certain conditions.

Deal with drug charges with avoiding future trouble in mind

The effects of using drugs can impact every aspect of your life. We recently discussed how it is possible to face criminal charges if you get caught driving with drugs in your system. This is only one of the possibilities you face if you do drugs.

Know what can happen if you drive after taking drugs of any sort

Many people know the dangers of drunk driving, but some people don't realize the dangers of drugged driving. People tend to think that some drugs, such as over-the-counter and prescription drugs, as well as marijuana, are safe to use before driving. This isn't the case. Drugged driving can lead to serious penalties.