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Missouri man may consider criminal defense if charged in deaths

Serious situations in which one or more people die can often lead to an individual facing criminal charges if authorities believe that an individual played a role in the fatalities. As a result, an accused party may need information on criminal defense in order to better understand how to handle the legal situation. There are various strategies that may prove beneficial, depending on the circumstances, and gaining knowledge on the process may be wise.

Missouri woman charged for possession of drugs

The criminal justice system may seem like a labyrinth of complicated terms and proceedings that individuals may have difficulty navigating. If a person has been charged due to alleged possession of drugs, he or she may be concerned about understanding what will take place as the legal proceedings move forward. Because confusion can at times lead to considerable stress, accused parties may want to find ways to make their situation seem less daunting.

Man accused of possession of drugs for meth

A man was recently arrested in Fulton under accusations of drug crimes. Missouri officers claim that the man was in possession of drugs, and the authorities suspect that the man had intentions to sell them. He now faces criminal charges relating to these accusations.

Man accused of breaking criminal law for drug trafficking

Following a drug bust at a supermarket parking lot, one man has recently been arrested in Warren County. The Missouri authorities suspect that the man violated criminal law and attempted to make a drug delivery. The man has been arrested and charged with first-degree drug trafficking.

5 accused of violating criminal law after drug busts

Law enforcement officers from multiple entities cooperated together in a Jefferson City drug bust. The Missouri officers executed three search warrants simultaneously, and five individuals were arrested. Each individual is accused of criminal law offenses for allegedly committing drug-related crimes, but the specific charges that each person faces were not disclosed.

2 accused of possession of drugs after search of residence

A Missouri Department of Corrections supervisor as well as an individual who was on probation were recently arrested on drug related charges. The authorities executed a search warrant on the second individual's property, and they allegedly found multiple types of drugs in various amounts. The two individuals have now been accused of possession of drugs and face unspecified charges.

Man accused of possession of drugs for marijuana chocolate bars

A man was recently arrested for transporting a large amount of marijuana across state lines. However, the drug was not in plant form. The marijuana had been integrated into chocolate bars that, together, weighed over 400 pounds. The Missouri authorities have charged the man with possession of drugs with intent to distribute.

Ex-principal charged with possession of drugs for heroin

The ex-principal of a Hannibal elementary school was recently arrested under accusations of drug crime, much to the shock of the community. The 33-year-old is a married father of one with another child on the way. Now, the Missouri man has been charged with possession of drugs with the intent to deliver for heroin.

Chiropractor accused of possession of drugs

A chiropractor was recently arrested in Cape Girardeau under accusations of drug crimes. Law enforcement officers in Missouri conducted a search on the man's property in 2014, but he has only recently been taken into police custody. The chiropractor now faces two counts of possession of drugs as well as one count of possession of paraphernalia.

Criminal law accusation against superintendent for steroid sales

A superintendent in St. Francois County was recently arrested and accused of drug crimes. The Missouri superintendent has been accused of violating criminal law by buying and selling steroids. He faces two counts of possession of a controlled substance with the intent to distribute.

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