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Musician facing misdemeanor drug possession charges


When one is a performer in the public eye, their image is very important. They work hard to maintain good repute in front of people of all ages and walks of life, as their work is to be enjoyed by the mainstream public. Any accusations of wayward behavior could prove detrimental to their image and therefore their livelihood-when those accusations translate into charges of criminal activity, it could cause irreparable damage.

A drunk driving charge can be contested at every step


Getting stopped for drunk driving is something many individuals do not experience. However, with movies, cop shows, news casts and other sources, the overall process is common knowledge. After checking insurance and plates, the police officer will force you to conduct field sobriety tests and perhaps a Breathalyzer test. In the end, a person who has been charged a DUI or DWI may face the suspension or termination of his or her driver's license, an increase in his or her insurance rates and a mark on his or her record.

Drug paraphernalia charges can be serious


Louisiana residents may be surprised to hear that certain items, marketed as though they are designed for legitimate purposes, can be considered illegal. At times, possession of them can result in drug charges. As per U.S. Code Title 21, it is unlawful for someone sell or offer to sell drug paraphernalia. It is pertinent to point out that the person accused doesn't actually have to have any drugs on them to face drug paraphernalia charges. So the question is-what is drug paraphernalia?

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