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If Drugs are Found in a House, Who is Responsible?

If you live in a house where someone else is using drugs, you may wonder what can happen if law enforcement finds controlled substances there. If you are the only person in a house, you can face drug charges as the home’s sole occupant. However, when someone else is the one using or selling the drugs, you can also face charges. Let’s look at w...
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Can You Face Arrest for Schedule 6 Drugs?

North Carolina organizes controlled substances into a schedule that rates them based on medical use and addictive potential. The least addictive drugs make the Schedule 6 list, while Schedule 1 lists the most addictive substances. Even though some drugs are less likely to cause addiction, you may still face arrest and incur charges and conviction ...
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How Long Does Meth Stay in Your System?

In 2018, an estimated 1.9 million (0.7%) Americans aged 12 or older used methamphetamine in the past year. (1)  If you’re worried about drug testing for employment, drug rehab testing, or for law enforcement charges, it makes sense to wonder how your body processes methamphetamines. Let’s look at how long meth stays in your system and how...
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What Amount of Drugs is Considered Trafficking?

If you use marijuana or other controlled substances in NC, you can face drug charges, including trafficking. The type of charge you incur is related to the amount of drug you possess. Each controlled substance has different amounts that you may possess without fear of a trafficking charge. However, you can also face charges for PWISD (possession w...
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What is a Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Charge?

If you face a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia, you may wonder what the charge means. In North Carolina, it is unlawful for you to knowingly use drug paraphernalia with a controlled substance. The law includes possessing any materials that you use with any activity involving a controlled substance. Let’s look at what drug paraphernalia...
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