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Man charged with DUI — for caffeine

Yes, you read that headline right. A man was driving out in Solano County California in the summer of 2015 when a police officer pulled him over for allegedly weaving through traffic. During the stop, the officer claimed that the man was combative, had dilated pupils and was "amped up." The driver was given a blood test and it came back with one positive: caffeine. Not one drug, not a drop of alcohol. Still, the officers arrested the man and charged him with a DUI.

Dealing with methamphetamine possession charges

The manufacturing and trafficking of drugs are dealt with quite severely by the federal government. Although the sentences depend on type and amount of drugs in possession, the punishment is mostly severe. Methamphetamine is one of the most used drugs in the United States. It is a Schedule 2 controlled drug and getting caught with it can have severe ramifications. It is sometimes used in rare medical conditions, but in most cases, it is a recreational drug used for intoxications.

Being charged with cyber stalking may result in a prison sentence

Logging into cyber space exposes you to many vulnerabilities and risks. As Internet expands into our routine activities, it has become part of our physical reality. This means that rules and laws that we previously had for in person exchange may also apply to conduct over electronic mediums. Such medium can include email, social media and other online forums. In such circumstances, it is important to make sure that not only do you stay safe from the risks but also protect yourself from ending up in a situation where you might be vulnerable to being prosecuted.

Is your child facing drug charges? You have options

As a parent, there are so many things that can cause your heart to stop out of fear. If you've gotten the news that your child faces drug charges, you almost certainly know that feeling. This is a rational fear, if not a particularly useful one. In Michigan, penalties for drug crimes are still quite harsh, even after the recent passage of expanded medical marijuana legislation.

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