Monthly Archives: September 2018
How Speaking to the Police Can Land You a 30-Year Prison Sentence
It’s one thing for local cops in Miami to arrest you for simple possession of marijuana. It’s quite another when the DEA accuses you of participating in a drug trafficking conspiracy. Federal drug charges can land you in prison for years–if not decades–on a variety of charges beyond mere possession. Feds Bust Little Havana… Read More »
Can a Judge Revoke My Probation for a Domestic Violence Allegation Even if the Accuser Recants?
A domestic violence charge can wreak havoc with your life, especially if you are currently on probation for a prior criminal conviction. Judges can–and will–revoke probation if there is evidence to support a domestic violence allegation. And unlike a normal criminal trial where the government must prove guilt “beyond a reasonable doubt,” in a… Read More »