A South Florida woman has been denied bond after her recent arrest on a variety of drug charges. The woman was apprehended when a marijuana grow house was discovered behind a property where the woman's husband was shot and killed in late November. Authorities say that officers raided the woman's house on Nov. 29 after the woman's husband was killed in an attempted robbery outside the home.
Recently, a retired doctor was given a prison sentence in a prescription drug crime case in Florida.
A property search in Florida has led to a man facing serious drug charges. The man in question is a 34-year-old man from Plantation.
Police have a wide variety of different tools and methods that they use in their enforcement efforts against drug crimes. Three of the more well-known tools/methods are drug-sniffing dogs, vehicle searches and property searches. Recently, a drug crimes case has arisen in Florida in which police used all three of these tools/methods.
For three South Florida residents, Monday, Sept. 30, probably started without event. However, after a routine traffic stop, it quickly turned into something else entirely. In fact, it left the three men in need of representation after being charged with several drug offenses.
One type of drug crime that individuals are sometimes accused of is using a property to grow marijuana. A person can face significant criminal charges in connection to such an accusation. This can be seen in a marijuana grow house case that has recently come up in Florida.
Recently, a drug crimes case has arisen in Florida.
When U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder announced that he wanted Congress to do away with mandatory minimum sentencing for low-level drugs crimes, many people across the nation wondered if his words would ever be received. For many people here in Florida, getting rid of mandatory minimum sentences would mean less time in prison and more time treating the problem with drug treatment programs. But will Holder succeed in his efforts to help out those non-violent offenders who are accused of certain drug crimes?
A person can face serious criminal charges if he or she is accused of having committed meth crimes. Major criminal punishments can be given to an individual if he or she is convicted of such charges. Such punishments can have impacts on a person that can last for the rest of his or her life.
Being accused of growing marijuana can be a very serious matter. Accusations of having operated a marijuana grow house can lead to serious criminal charges being brought against a person and a person facing serious potential consequences.