drug crimes Archives

2 arrested following searches of their properties in Beloit

Drug trafficking is a very specific crime. To be accused and convicted, the prosecution has to show that you intended to sell or transport drugs to others. If you possess a large quantity of drugs when you're caught, you could be accused of drug trafficking or delivering drugs even if you did not intend to do so.

Forging prescriptions is illegal in the United States

If you're accused of forging a prescription, understand that it's a serious charge. A prescription is not able to be written by someone without a medical degree, and only certain medical professionals have the right to do so. It takes much time, education and continuing accreditation to have the right to give you medications. Falsifying a prescription is a crime because it's fraud.

Opioid crisis leads to public health emergency in Eau Claire

The growing problem of opioids in the community isn't something to balk at. Law enforcement and treatment centers agree that more has to be done to help the people of Eau Claire, not to end up putting them behind bars. Recently, a public health emergency was announced. The Department of Justice (DOJ) stated it would be taking new efforts toward eradicating the issue.

The opioid epidemic has no boundaries: It affects all types

The addiction crisis in America has grown to devastating proportions. It's become clear that overdoses from prescription opiates, heroin and other narcotics aren't restricted to those in poverty or lower classes. In fact, the daughter of a GOP lawmaker and a top Democratic Party official are both under scrutiny following overdose deaths in the recent weeks.

Wisconsin struggles as drug dealer arrests decline

Fewer drug dealers are being arrested in Wisconsin, but that's not necessarily good news. Instead, the people harmed by these dealers, drug users, are seeing themselves in the custody of the police. To make a long story short, the police are catching more people who are in possession of drugs without eliminating the people bringing drugs into the area.

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