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NFL player fights for assets seized during drug possession arrest

A Florida judge will decide whether police can keep approximately $200,000 in cash they seized from Green Bay Packers defensive tackle Letroy Guion Jr. The NFL player had his cash seized during an alleged drug possession arrest in early February. Police claim that the cash is drug money and that they are entitled to keep it.

Florida man arrested for drug possession while 2 children at home

Authorities in Florida have arrested a 26-year-old man on cocaine and other drug possession charges as a part of an ongoing cocaine distribution investigation. Flagler County authorities say that they arrested the suspect after serving him with a search warrant. The man has since been charged with drug possession crimes.

Florida prescription drug crime charges

There are nearly an infinite number of ways that a perfectly innocent person could become embroiled in accusations relating to a prescription drug crime. Indeed, numerous Florida residents have been wrongly accused of a prescription drug crime they did not commit. If it has happened to you, do not fret because experienced legal help is available to contest the accusations.

Types of federal drug crime charges

Federal drug charges usually fall under five different categories. They include: paraphernalia charges, possession charges, manufacturing/delivery charges and dealing charges. The severity of punishments relating to these offenses depends on the facts, evidence and other issues relating to the federal drug crime at issue.

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