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October 2018 Archives

Delaware County man arrested on DWI charges

Most people have a difficult time resisting a drink of alcohol when they go to a party. Sometimes, they go overboard and drink too much. Other times, they toe the line and stay sober enough to drive. Still, regardless of whether they were drinking or not, every driver is at risk of getting arrested and accused of drunk driving in the State of New York. In some cases, these arrests are inappropriate and the driver is innocent.

I was not read my Miranda Rights. Will my case be dismissed?

When officers arrest individuals for allegedly committing various crimes, the officer must read the individual their Miranda Rights. Stemming from an incident that occurred in the 1960s, the Miranda Rights ensure that arrested men and women understand how their actions will affect their subsequent court proceedings.

What is a Schedule II drug?

The federal Controlled Substances Act (CSA) classifies all drugs -- including pharmaceutical drugs -- via a specific series of "schedules." These schedules start with Schedule I, which the federal government believes to be the most addictive, dangerous and without medical use, and ends in Schedule V, which are the mildest and least harmful of the drugs. Here, we will focus specifically on Schedule II drugs and the substances found in this category.

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