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Monthly Archives: June 2018


JUNE  21 2018
Drug Defense Attorney in West Palm Beach | What is Drug Trafficking?
Drug Defense Attorney in West Palm Beach | What is Drug Trafficking?

We all know buying, selling, and possessing controlled substances of any kind can land us in a sticky situation. Yet, you may find yourself in need of a drug defense attorney in West Palm Beach on drug trafficking charges. But, what is drug trafficking? Keep reading to learn more:

 

What is Drug Trafficking?

 

Drug trafficking is actually defined in fairly general terms. So, trafficking targets any activity regarding the sale, purchase, making, delivery, or transportation of drugs into Florida. If you are aware of the role you are playing in the distribution of drugs at any stage …

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JUNE  11 2018
Criminal Defense Attorney in West Palm Beach | Confirming a Warrant
Criminal Defense Attorney in West Palm Beach | Confirming a Warrant

We don’t need mainstream television and movies to tell us that a warrant has its pros and cons, depending on what side of the case you’re sitting on. However, you may not be certain if a warrant is out for you. So, if you suspect one, you need to check. Then, it may be time to call on a criminal defense attorney in West Palm Beach. Read to learn more:

What is a Warrant?

 

Think of a warrant as a permission slip. A warrant is a legal document that gives law enforcement the permission to arrest a

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JUNE  4 2018
Possession of a Firearm in West Palm Beach | Concealed Carry Facts
Possession of a Firearm in West Palm Beach | Concealed Carry Facts
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We have the constitutional right to bear arms. However, there are rules and regulations to keep not only the carrier safe but those around them as well. A concealed weapon license is one of them for those who wish to carry their weapon on them. Keep reading to learn more:

 

What is Concealed Carry?

 

Concealed carry is the practice of weapon – most commonly a handgun – in public but not within view. This does allow you to carry your registered weapon in public legally and requires that you follow the state laws.

 

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