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‘Drug deals on wheels’ gets doctor arrested

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

It’s hard not to notice that the entire country is in the midst of a prescription drug panic — caused largely by the number of deaths from prescription drug overdoses in the last year or two and the rising tide of addicts who got their start on prescription painkillers. Prescription drugs used to be… Read More »

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Baltimore officers plant evidence, destroy dozens of cases

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A drug case may rest entirely on the testimony of the officers involved in the bust — which is why a smart defense attorney is going to question just how trustworthy those officers really are. There’s a growing body of evidence that suggests juries have good reason to be skeptical. For example, Baltimore prosecutors… Read More »

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The drug epidemic is claiming lives at an alarming rate

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

The problem of deaths related to drug abuse is something that is very serious. In fact, this is one of the driving forces behind why states are spending so much money and putting so much time into stopping the sale of drugs. One drug in particular, fentanyl, is causing a serious health crisis around… Read More »

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Maryland takes new steps to stop opioid and heroin epidemic

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Maryland’s government has announced a new Heroin and Opioid Prevention, Treatment, and Enforcement Initiative for 2017, an ambitious and broadly-sweeping approach to the ongoing opioid and heroin epidemic. The 2017 measures are designed to augment legislation and programs begun in 2015. Combined, the programs have some important features — some already in place and… Read More »

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Prescription pill trafficking: A quick road to federal court

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

What turns a drug trafficking crime into a federal offense? While there are several different ways that drug crimes can be elevated from the state level to the federal level, trafficking in prescription pills is one of the most surefire ways to land in federal court these days. That’s important to understand, because federal… Read More »

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Drug trafficking in Maryland can lead to serious penalties

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Transporting drugs can lead to drug trafficking charges if you are transporting a considerable amount. Drug trafficking charges in Maryland can lead to serious penalties that are life-altering. With the possible penalties that are associated with a conviction, you must be sure that you are working on your defense as early and as diligently… Read More »

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$62,000 worth of heroin found in Maryland car stop

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A car stop on I-95 in Baltimore ended in the arrest of three men for multiple charges, including charges for drugs. the Maryland Transportation Authority police stopped the vehicle close to Caton Avenue. According to police, the reason for the car stop was speeding. The officers conducted an interview with the three men in… Read More »

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Woman overdoses, police arrest man who allegedly sold her drugs

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

A 45-year-old man in Glen Burnie, Maryland, has been arrested after police served a search warrant on his residence. The police seized several drugs, including prescription medication, and paraphernalia and cash. The police learned that a woman who overdosed on heroin had been visiting the man just before the incident. According to a spokesman… Read More »

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3 men arrested for possession with intent to distribute heroin

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Heroin is making a fast comeback into our society, in part due to the difficulty some users experience in getting their hands on opioids or having enough money to buy the pain pills. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heroin use among 18 to 25-year-olds increased more than 50 percent. According… Read More »

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$5,326 worth of marijuana allegedly found on Glen Burnie man

By Todd K. Mohink, PA |

Police are required to have probable cause to stop a vehicle. If it is found that no probable cause existed, it is possible for a person arrested during that traffic stop to find that his or her charges are dismissed. An attorney can provide information on whether an officer’s probable cause will stand up… Read More »

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