When a person is accused of drug trafficking, it can be a fearful experience. However severe a drug charge may be, the accused does still have legal rights and may benefit from educated guidance as they travel through the court process. In the past week, a native Maryland man arrested for alleged drug trafficking in the United States could be reviewing his legal options and rights.
The man has been accused of trafficking drugs like the narcotic opium as well as the highly addictive heroin. Police will often review the length of time and amount of drugs that were supposedly trafficked as well as possible possession or distribution before charges are confirmed. The circumstances leading up to the Maryland man’s drug trafficking arrest may also have a direct affect on the direction of the legal proceedings.
Although he was taken into custody in another state, Maryland officials have purportedly been seeking his arrest for awhile. Reports did not detail the nature of their search or if it was congruent with the current arrest. The man has been set to be extradited back to Maryland where additional evidence may be reviewed.
Depending on the investigation involving the Maryland man arrested for alleged drug trafficking, any drug charges filed may influence the accused to begin careful review of his defense. The anxiety and culpability an accused person may feel can be difficult to overcome. Nevertheless, the potential consequences a conviction could bring mandate that every effort be made to protect the man’s legal rights while seeking a favorable result.
Source: witn.com, Maryland Man Arrested In ENC For Drug Trafficking, Carly Swain, Sept. 10, 2013
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