One of the issues under constant debate regarding drug crimes involves sentences for relatively benign crimes. The issues revolve around whether first-time offenders, those in possession of small amounts, and crimes involving less serious drugs like marijuana should face lesser sentences than those convicted of more serious crimes.
Trafficking is a serious crime, requiring tireless defense backed by knowledge and experience.
The Miami Herald reported last week that a suspect in a major Medicare money laundering case was taken into custody in Madrid.
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