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What Is Drug Diversion?

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

Drug diversion in the context of controlled substances occupies a major priority of current federal law enforcement. Almost no day goes by without new reports of arrest, DEA search warrants, and charges involving narcotics and other controlled prescription drugs. What does it mean when someone is accused of diverting drugs? And what should medical providers…

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DEA Search Warrant: What Should I Do Now?

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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Effective Former Justice Department Lawyers Represent Physicians and Pharmacies Against Search Warrants and Charges Relating to Opioids Almost no day goes by in 2018 without new reports of DEA raids against physician practices and pharmacies. The core allegations common in all of these investigations are that physicians prescribed certain types of opioids that were either…

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Defending Clients In Federal Drug Conspiracies

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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Are You Charged with a Drug Offense? Experienced Federal Drug Charges Defense Attorneys can Fight for You Are you under investigation? Were you recently arrested? Are friends, family members or people that you care about accused of drug trafficking, distribution, drug manufacturing, or importation? Does the government believe you are part of a drug conspiracy?…

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What Are the Sentences in Federal Cocaine Cases?

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

Texas Federal Cocaine Attorneys - Oberheiden & McMurrey, LLP

By Dr. Nick Oberheiden (Criminal Defense Lawyer) One of the most important questions when being accused of having violated federal drug statute, is to find out what the statutory sentences look like in a worst-case scenario of conviction. The attorneys of Oberheiden, P.C. have handled some of the largest federal drug cases and federal drug…

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Electronic Surveillance in Criminal Cases

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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“Is it safe to use my phone?” Among the most frequently expressed concerns of clients going through a criminal investigation is the issue of electronic surveillance. After all, all clients want to ensure that their communication with their attorneys, friends, family members, and partners are private and free from interception and monitoring. So, how common…

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