Monthly Archives: March 2023
Is Ketamine The Next Great Hope For Addiction Treatment?
Ketamine is a Schedule III controlled substance, but the schedule number of a drug does not tell you much about it. Except for Schedule I drugs, all controlled substances are legal for medical use at least sometimes, and the law considers all controlled substances dangerous enough that it does not allow manufacturers to offer… Read More »
Can You Get Your Criminal Charges Dropped?
What is better than getting acquitted at trial? Getting the prosecution to drop the charges against you before your case even gets to trial is even better. When the state drops your charges, it means that they are already sure that you are innocent, or at least sure that there is reasonable doubt about… Read More »
Criminal Defense Lawyers Help Teens Avoid Adult Sentences In Criminal Court
Juvenile courts do not convict young defendants; they only adjudicate them delinquent. Likewise, they do not order teens to stay in jail or prison for a certain period, only juvenile detention. Anyone with direct experience with the juvenile justice system can tell you that the differences are only a matter of terminology. Kids who… Read More »
P2P Is Like Methamphetamine But Much More Potent
Those “just say no” slogans from the 1980s and the “your brain on drugs” public service announcements from the 1990s may be laughable, but old folks are onto something when they say that the drugs they messed around with when they were not as dangerous as the drugs on the street today. No, Grandpa,… Read More »