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Prescriptions & Controlled Drugs in Texas
Prescriptions & Controlled Drugs in Texas

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIH), when people misuse prescription drugs, it can lead to serious medical consequences. In the past 15 years, prescription drug abuse has increased significantly and this issue has been witnessed in the growing number of ...

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Blog posts in Drug Smuggling

  • Workers at DFW Airport Arrested for Drug Smuggling

    For individuals who worked at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport were arrested on federal drug charges. They have been accused of bypassing airport security ...

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  • Toyota Exec Arrested for Sending Oxycodone to Self

    During a news conference on June 19, 2015, Shigeru Hayakawa, the senior managing officer for Toyota Motor Corp. showed his unwavering support for the ...

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  • The Drug Mixture Law in Texas

    In 1997, Texas legislators worried that drugs were becoming more accessible as dealers cut the amount of cocaine, heroin or other drugs in a variety ...

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  • The Dangers of K2

    More than 100 people in a five-day stretch have exhibited signs of overdosing on a form of synthetic marijuana known as K2. This is synthetic ...

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  • Texas Deputy Arrested for Drug Dealing

    A former East Texas sheriff's deputy has been sentenced to six years in federal prison. Allegedly, the deputy dealt drugs while he was on duty, ...

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  • Key Defenses in Drug Charge Cases

    If you've been arrested for a drug crime, then you are probably wondering where to go from here. The first action you need to take is to hire a ...

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  • Three Jailers Charged with Smuggling Narcotics to Inmates

    Many individuals are arrested on drug charges, and then have to go through the painful process of withdrawals once they are inside their jail cell. ...

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  • Mandatory Minimum Sentences May be a Thing of the Past

    A recent article published in the Los Angeles Times announced that the Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. intends to announce a federal policy shift ...

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  • Drug Dogs No Longer Permitted to Search Curtilage Without Warrant

    Police train drug dogs to detect the scent of drugs within a home, car, or on a person when a human's senses wouldn't be able to pick up the odor. ...

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