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Drug charges: Men arrested for allegedly selling synthetic drugs

Those accused of a criminal charge may experience a myriad of emotions. These emotions, often ranging from anger to crippling fear and anxiety, can rob a person of sleep and take an extreme mental and physical toll on those accused. It's no secret that any criminal charge is very serious. Drug charges, in particular, can do irreparable damage to a person's record and reputation. Those in Illinois who face drug charges should know there are resources available to help them during this trying time.

Search of home ends in drug charges

Those who end up with any criminal charge can quickly find themselves in a very serious and stressful situation. Although dozens and dozens of criminal charges exist, drug charges are often among the most serious. Such an accusation can do great damage not only to a person's record, but also to his or her reputation. Those in Illinois who face a drug charge may want to take all necessary steps toward lowering their odds of being convicted.

Home search results in 5 people facing drug charges

In the state of Illinois and across the country, those accused of any form of criminal offense probably face one of the most daunting times of their lives. Even when an individual is arrested for something considered extremely serious such as drug charges, that individual should keep in mind that a charge is far from a conviction. For an accused person to be convicted, the charges against him or her must be proved beyond a reasonable doubt by the prosecution at trial.

Drug charges result from raid of Illinois home

A person's home is his or her castle. Illinois residents can, and should, expect the highest degree of privacy in their homes. This means that if law enforcement officials want to enter the home, the law requires that they receive either consent or obtain a search warrant allowing entry. This protection extends to nearly every situation involving law enforcement officials, whether the occupants may face drug charges, murder charges or any other type of criminal accusations.

Weapon, drug charges filed after traffic stop

Police recently arrested an Illinois man on drug and gun-related charges. The man was allegedly found with significant amounts of drugs, money and a gun in his vehicle and on his person during a traffic stop. The drug charges include unlawfully possessing controlled substances, possession with the intent to distribute and more. He is currently free on $15,000 cash bond.

6 in Illinois face drug charges following investigations

Six individuals were recently taken into custody in Illinois for committing drug crimes. Specifically, they reportedly sold drugs in an Illinois county area. The multiple drug charges came after lengthy drug investigations involving several police departments.

Man faces drug charges following others' overdoses

A man in Illinois was recently arrested after police said he possessed drugs and was connected to life-threatening overdoses. The man's arrest stemmed from an investigation involving a drug task force and police. Reportedly, the man facing drug charges is 38 years old.

Criminal charges, including drug charges, filed against 7

Seven individuals are accused of a number of criminal acts, including drug crimes, following drug busts in Illinois. The busts leading to drug charges took place as part of a police investigation known as Operation Lodi Dodi. The investigation started back in February.

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