smaller drug charges like possession are going to be local or state charges, usually lesser penalties. federal charges are going to be your felonies which carry longer sentences, also if you’re trafficking between states it can beckme a federal charge too.
is it a state drug offense, or a federal drug offense? if it is a state offense, the state will probably drop it and turn you over to the feds for the firearms violation since it carries heavier prison time. if it is a federal drug beef then they'll probably just combine the two offenses. you might be able to plea bargain one or the other depending on the strength of what you can offer the federal prosecutor.
it all depends on; the charge - the amont of drugs - the type of drugs - your past criminal record - and if the charge is state or federal.
no , unless your state has a drug court and your charge is a drug charge .
three years - but the statute stops running if you are out of the state. if it is a federal charge, the state sol's do not apply.
if it was a federal charge, no. if it was a state charge, and you have never been convicted of any previous felony - perhaps. see below link for further information:
if you are charged in a federal drug conspiracy, and the telephone was involved, it could be considered a federal felony. it all depends on what you are accused of and the seriousness of the alleged crimes.
if it is a state charge, it is possible- start by contacting an arizona attorney. for a federal charge- no.
it is illegal on the federal level. federal trumps state. california may say it's ok, but a federal agent can still arrest you and charge you because of the federal law. currently, it is scheduled as a class i schedule drug under federal law.
question is too broad. in order to answer the exact charge and the seriousness of the offense would have to be known and whether the charges were federal or state.
yes. why did you think the judge couldn't?
unless it was a federal charge and your info is on interpol, you shouldn't worry.
lsd is classified as a schedule 1 drug (high potential for abuse and no medical use) by the federal government and thus possession is a crime. each state makes their own laws about drugs, most follow the federal government, but some recognize medical use.
if you were never convicted of a federal crime, then yes.
by federal law they have to. it's a transportation company, and the dot makes them do it.
questionable. what state or county? how long ago? how serious a drug offense?
the title of the charge varies from state to state. typical statute titles are "possession of a controlled substance" or "possession of a dangerous drug."
you can find the policia federal in any part of mexico that has a problem with drug cartel activity. the border with the united state is a hotspot for these drug activities.
if the trafficking crosses state boundaries, it will be tried in the federal system. if not, it usually depends on whether a federal agent or a state agent performed the arrest and if you are being charged with a state statute or a federal code violation.
yes..in the state of colorado of you have a felony for a drug charge and you completed classes and had some rehab you can still apply and receive housing. you must have sucessfuly completed drug classes.
ummm.... it makes no difference what new york has to say about it - it's a federal crime.
if they were in your car or in your house you might it depends on the quanitanity and the state
you'll receive a suspension period in any state.
you will get into trouble with the federal drug enforcement agency if you try to import marijuana across state lines. federal laws have not changed, even though some state laws have. don't try it.
there is no parole for federal offenses committed after 01 november 1987. fedcure.org is working to establish a hybrid system of parole and good time allowances; and reentry opportunities for federal offenders. www.fedcure.org