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Representing Marijuana Possession Charges
If you have been charged with a Marijuana Possession offense, you are facing serious charges and should hire a skilled Marijuana Possession charge lawyer from Wise Laws, ASAP. Call today for a free legal consultation as when you have been arrested for a Marijuana Possession crime, you might have many questions that need to be answered.
The crime of Marijuana Possession an illegal controlled substance. The Possession of Marijuana is punishable by both stated and federal laws. If a person is charged with Marijuana possession, the courts will consider the amount of Marijuana that you had in your hands, as the reason of Marijuana possession, if you had intent to sell.
Arrested Marijuana Possession with Intent to Sell
Possessing a large amount of Marijuana may result in a charge of Marijuana possession with intent to sell. Even if the person possessing the Marijuana has no intention of selling or distributing, they are many times charged with Marijuana intent to sell anyway, due to the fact of a larger quantity other than societal norms of personal consumption.This is a very serious charge and carries with it harsh punishments if convicted. Having an attorney can help to reduce these Marijuana charges to possession, if the right approach is taken, so call us today.
Marijuana Distribution Charges
Marijuana distributing is a situation in which a Marijuana manufacturer sells illegal narcotics to a retailer or wholesaler, which then sell the Marijuana to other groups or individuals. Any accusation of Marijuana distributing or dispensing must be taken seriously, as the penalties associated with a Angie conviction are severe.
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Stalking is a criminal offense and should not be taken lightly, stalking can be defined by, a series of actions that are placed on a person in fear for their safety. Stalkers tend to start with repetitious behavior, annoying behavior toward a person by means of the Internet, personal contact, telephone, cell phone, email, fax, in person, car following or other methods of contact. When this unwanted behavior persists and continues on without desire, it is deemed stalking and punishable and Federal Laws.
A stalking arrest can be a very severe matter and the best stalking criminal defense lawyers affiliated with Wise Laws, know what needs to be done to defend this stalking charge. Our team of stalking lawyers is knowledgeable in stalking cases. We will review the facts of your case and devise a plan for providing the best possible defense to your stalking indictment. If you have been arrested or indicted for stalking, a lawyer affiliated with our office is accessible immediately to discuss your stalking case and answer your questions. Please do not hesitate to take advantage of this opportunity, as an initial consultation with a lawyer is free of charge.
Assault, including sexual, emotional, and physical
Repeatedly make unwanted cell phone and/or telephone calls
Send repeated mail, gifts, and/or packages
Cyber stalk with Internet usage
Send repeated, unwanted email messages
LAWS AGAINST STALKING
A person is guilty of stalking when they, "willfully and maliciously and repeatedly follow or harass an additional person and make credible threats with the intent to place that person in reasonable fear for his or her safety or that of an immediate family member". Stalking can be charged as either a felony or misdemeanor resulting in severe penalties.
Explanation of the Stalking Law
In order for an individual to be guilty of stalking, his conduct must be such that a reasonable person in the "victims" shoes would be imminently threatened. The prior relationship and actions of the accused is relevant in this regard, such as, for example, whether any prior threats were made and acted upon. An exception is carved out under the law, however, for group picketing. The stalking lawyers at our firm are experienced in handling criminal cases of this nature and know how to best present the facts so that a client is provided maximum protection.
Victims of Stalking
If in fact you are the victim of a stalker, please contact your local law enforcement agency and file a police report. It is likely that criminal charges would be submitted and filed if there is enough evidence. Alternatively, you may wish to file a restraining order against your stalker to hinder further stalking.
If you are convicted of stalking harassment, you face up to two and one half years imprisonment in a house of correction or a fine of up to $1,000, or both. If you have been charged with this stalking offense, call Wise Laws.
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Serving People Dealing with Solicitation Arrest
Prosecutors are more and more interested in securing convictions for not explicit sex crimes. Such charges often do not involve charges of authentic sexual conduct by the defendant. Rather, they include crimes such as enticement, living off proceeds of Solicitation, keeping a house of ill repute and soliciting customers for Solicitation and sexual based acts. If you have been charged with Solicitation, Solicitation or other non-violent sex crime, contact Wise Laws ASAP. We have the experience and resources to build a strong defense against soliciting or Solicitation charges.
Examples of our Solicitation and sex Solicitation cases
Enticement for Solicitation or sex
Drugging or detaining for Solicitation or sex
Inducing a person under eighteen to have sex
Inducing a minor into Solicitation, including chat room Solicitation
Living off or sharing earnings of minor or adult prostitute
Soliciting for prostitute
Procuring a person to practice, or enter a place for, Solicitation
Keeping house of ill repute
Using public places such as restaurants or bars for soliciting
Multiple convictions of streetwalking
Charged With Solicitation Cases
Many Solicitation cases in matters such charges. Wise Laws is able to defend clients cases with our team of affiliated Solicitation defense attorneys spread across the United States. Our lawyers are licensed to practice in the region and nationally regarding sexual Solicitation cases. Their knowledge of and local sexual obscenity laws is across-the-board. This allows our lawyers to readily discover weaknesses and problems in a prosecutors solicitation case.
Solicitation and Felony Solicitation charges often require technology proficiency
Cases such as these often include charges of Internet crimes in todays technological society. It is important to have a Solicitation attorney knowledgeable about computer technology and its role in criminal charges related to escort or Solicitation. At Wise Laws, we use hardware and software specialists who can determine whether evidence cited by police should lead to criminal charges.
Constitutional issues in many sex crime cases become the bottom line
Often charges of Solicitation are based on entrapment. When a police officer pretends to be a minor available to meet an adult for sex, it is often possible to argue that the sting operation was directed at the wrong person or was conducted illegally. Our lawyers are skilled at developing constitutional arguments that get results for clients.
Representing clients during the entire process of Solicitation charges
We provide spirited representation that protects the rights and interests of our clients throughout the criminal justice process. We are with you at all stages, including:
Initial investigation of Solicitation
Extradition during Solicitation
Arrest for Solicitation
Grand jury indictment during Solicitation cases
Bail hearing for Solicitation charges
Arraignment for Solicitation
Plea negotiations for sexual Solicitation
Trial for Solicitation
Pre-sentencing investigation and reports
Post-conviction appeals, writs and motions
Probation for Solicitation
Jail or prison
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There are different types of sexual assault such as date sexual assault, statutory sexual assault, and spousal sexual assault. Date sexual assault is a forced sex act between two people whom know one another during a social engagement such as a date or going to dinner. Even though the two people know one another, if a sex act was coerced, it is considered sexual assault. Statutory sexual assault is a sex act between an adult and a minor under the legal age of 18. Even if the minor consents to the sex act, it is still considered statutory sexual assault, because of the age limit. Spousal sexual assault is a forced sex act between a husband and wife. If a husband or wife does not consent to a sex act, and the sex act is forced, it is considered sexual assault.
Sexual assault Conviction Punishments Sexual assault is a severe sex crime. If a person is convicted of sexual assault, he or she faces a variety of punishments such as:
Imprisonment for sexual assault
Court ordered rehabilitation for sexual assault
Monetary fines for sexual assault
Loss of the right to vote for sexual assault
Loss of the right to own a deadly weapon if convicted of sexual assault
Probation requirements for sexual assault convictions
Punishments can be superior if the offender committed statutory sexual assault, has prior criminal convictions, is on probation, or if there are aggravating circumstances.
People who are convicted of sexual assault must list their name on the Sex Offender Registry. According to Sex Offender Registration Act, sex offenders are categorized by risk of re-offense. The court decides if the convicted offender is (low risk), (moderate risk), or (high risk). The court also categorizes each convicted sex offender as a sexual predator, sexually violent offender, or predicate sex offender. If a persons name is on the Sex Offender Registry, they may have limited employment and housing options, as future landlords and employers look negatively upon sex crime convictions.
Wise Laws affiliated sexual assault lawyers understand that if you have been charged with sexual assault, it is important that you seek the representation of a professional sex crimes attorney. An experienced sexual assault lawyer can investigate your case, interview key witnesses, challenge evidence presented against you, and defend your legal rights.