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3 Common Ways People Get Arrested for Prescription Drugs

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

According to federal statistics, nearly 1.5 million people were arrested for drug crimes in the U.S. in 2016 alone. Sadly, many of these arrests related to pharmaceutical prescriptions. Perhaps the person did not have their prescription or they were addicted and abusing a medication. Whatever the case may be, the problem is getting worse…. Read More »

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Drug Crimes in Maryland

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The opioid epidemic is getting an outsized amount of national media attention. Politicians highlight the damage it has caused families and communities. Some discuss the wanton peddling of habit-forming drugs from large pharmaceutical companies. Police chiefs talk about the need to get these drugs off of the street. They target doctors who over-subscribe and… Read More »

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Maryland Drug Trafficking

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

There is no document and set of principles more essential for protecting the rights of clients than the U.S. Constitution. One area of particular interest is the area of drug trafficking law. That’s because the Constitution provides detailed protections from illegal searches and seizures. For example, the Massachusetts Supreme Court is set to hear… Read More »

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Is a Special Diversion Court Program Right for Me?

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The National Association of Drug Court Professionals reports that in a study of thousands of past offenders, roughly 75 percent of those who successfully completed drug court diversion programs remained free from further arrests two years later.  No doubt, there is a lot of merit to treatment courts or diversion programs. But they are… Read More »

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