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Drug Charges Archives

North Carolina drug bust includes swim, shark and drone

Raleigh residents who make the two-hour drive to Surf City know that the small North Carolina town is known for its ocean beach, waves and moderate climate. It is now also known as the place where a 20-year-old man recently evaded arrest by running from police, diving into the ocean and swimming away.

North Carolina town offers HOPE, not handcuffs

Raleigh is like so many other North Carolina cities: the police make no exceptions when it comes to arresting people suspected of criminal activity. In the small town of Nashville (about 45 miles northeast of us), the police chief is trying to get recovery help for addicts rather than arresting them for drug crimes. Chief Thomas Bashore and Nashville town manager Hank Raper have created a program called HOPE. The initiative is designed to stem the rise of opioid addiction that plagues their town of less than 6,000 residents and much of the state. 

Peace in Columbia means cocaine boom here

When the war started, Lyndon Johnson was U.S. president, the Beatles had just launched the British invasion and "The Sound of Music" was thrilling audiences in Raleigh movie theaters. You might think that the reference is to the Viet Nam War, but we are actually referring to the recently concluded war between Columbia's government and FARC rebels.

The importance of a strong criminal defense attorney

History is replete with stories about people wrongfully convicted of heinous crimes, spending decades in jail only to be released when someone recants their story or new evidence is found. Many times it is a key witness who finally comes forward with truthful testimony or new technology that was not previously available (such as DNA evidence) disproves the prosecution’s case.

North Carolina doctor and son face drug and child porn charges

A series of diverse allegations and criminal charges surround a North Carolina doctor and his adult son, news outlets report. Dr. Clinton Henry Leinweber Jr., 59, is charged with three counts of trafficking heroin or opium. He is also accused of having drugged and secretly videotaped a woman with whom he is in a relationship.