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Are Officers Permitted to Use Drug Sniffing Dogs at a Traffic Stop?
Are Officers Permitted to Use Drug Sniffing Dogs at a Traffic Stop?

Under the Fourth Amendment, you have the right to protection from what the Constitution calls “unreasonable search and seizure.” However, what constitutes a “search” has long been up for debate, and officers are constantly finding new and more effective ways to find evidence ...

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Blog posts in Drug Possession Crimes

  • How a Cannabis Vacation Could Land You In Trouble in Alabama

    To date, recreational marijuana has been legalized entirely in nine states. Colorado in particular has boasted of a massive amount of additional tax ...

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  • I've Been Arrested for Possession of Marijuana - What Now?

    Although marijuana is considered a Schedule I drug by state and federal regulations, it is one of the few controlled substances that can be considered ...

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  • How Serious Are Possession of Cocaine Charges?

    No matter its form – crack rock or powder – cocaine is illegal in Alabama. While there are laws surrounding its manufacture, sale, and distribution, ...

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  • What Happens When I'm Arrested for Possession of Methamphetamines?

    One of the more popular controlled substances in Alabama, methamphetamines – also known as meth or crystal meth – have severe consequences under both ...

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