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MacGregor & Collins, LLP has recently released a new website to assist those facing charges for drug crimes in California.
While many Americans will safely commemorate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, many others will be driving drunk or engaging in illegal activities.
According to recent statistics released by the FBI (June 3, 2013), the Western United States experienced a 3.3 percent increase in violent crimes when compared to statistics from the previous
While some will be spending their Memorial Day weekend respectfully honoring those who have died serving our Country, many others will simply enjoy their time off from work with prolonged partying
According to the Los Angeles Times (May 2nd, 2013), lawmakers have voted to make possession of controlled substances (heroin, cocaine, crystal meth, and others) a misdemeanor rather than a felony
According to the Los Angeles Times, the National Transportation Safety Board has requested that the government use incentives to convince states to lower the allowable blood alcohol content (BAC)
Marijuana arrests and costs associated with regulating its possession, sale, and transportation have been a sore subject throughout the United States for several decades.
According to court documents, MacGregor & Collins, LLP attorneys recently obtained a 9-3 verdict on behalf of their client who faced charges for driving while under the influence of Marijuana
According to nbcnews.com, a new bill was moved forward that, if implemented, will require welfare applicants to submit to drug testing.
According to CBS New York, law enforcement has created a database to track and identify patterns left by pharmacy burglars in the hopes of preventing prescription drug crimes.
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