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Teen faces arrest after warrant is issued in Stark County

Drug dealing or transport is illegal throughout the United States, but the reality is that it still happens every day. If you are someone who has gotten caught up in the drug trade or have been falsely accused of possessing drugs, then you should know how important it is to protect your rights moving forward.

How long does crystal meth show up in a drug test?

Crystal meth is a highly addictive form of methamphetamine. Many Ohio residents are struggling with a crystal meth addiction that they can't get under control no matter how hard they try. When a crystal meth addiction causes you to get in trouble with the law -- or to lose your job -- it could serve as a wakeup call to get the help you need.

Why was I charged with drug trafficking?

Many drug crime defendants are surprised to discover that they were charged with drug trafficking instead of drug distribution or even possession. Such charges will be especially surprising for those who never engaged in the sale or distribution of drugs. Nevertheless, drug trafficking charges could come about simply on the basis of the quantity of illegal substances involved.

Cuyahoga County's drug court program could help you

Drug charges are serious, and you need to treat them as if they're going to land you in jail even if it's unlikely. By looking at the worst-case scenarios, it's possible to prepare yourself and defend your case in a way that will help you get away with little to no real penalty, depending on the circumstances.

The blurred line between the juvenile and adult justice systems

The mission of the U.S. judicial system is to faithfully enforce the law and protect its citizens. Since the 1800s, the U.S. has had two separate judicial systems: one for adults and one for juveniles. Back then, people under the age of eighteen who allegedly committed a crime received more leniency in juvenile court. Over the passing generations, however, society has called for tougher sentencing, even for the once protected class of youth.

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