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Considering an insanity defense? What you need to know

All criminal cases are unique, each requiring an individualized approach to defense tailored around the facts surrounding the case. While there are several defenses available to defendants, one of the most misunderstood is the "insanity defense." Contrary to popular belief, a successful insanity defense does not mean the defendant will go free and escape any form of punishment.

What you should know about federal drug conspiracy charges

It may come as a shock to realize that you could be charged with a federal drug crime without having drugs in your possession. This means there are no drugs in your home, in your car or on your person. In fact, authorities are well within the law to levy drug charges against a person based solely on the company he or she keeps. In the far-reaching realm of federal crimes, these types of drug charges can occur when someone conspires with others to break federal drug laws.

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