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Fatal overdose charges most prevalent in 2 Pennsylvania counties

When someone dies as a result of a drug overdose, the individual(s) who supplied the drugs can face felony charges. The names of the charges and the consequences vary by jurisdiction. In Pennsylvania, the term for the charge is "drug delivery resulting in death." According to a Florida-based analytics company, two counties in Pennsylvania have the highest number of drug delivery resulting in death charges in the entire nation. 

Mandatory license suspensions eliminated

People in Pennsylvania who are convicted of criminal drug offenses can often face extensive challenges trying to rehabilitate and rebuild their lives. Unfortunately, there are times when the laws get in the way of allowing that to happen. An example of this is the requirement that any person who is convicted of a drug crime will lose their driver's license for at least six months. 

Felony drug smuggling charges for Pennsylvania prison staffers

Tightened security measures implemented last year in Pennsylvania state prisons have reportedly reduced the inflow of drugs to the institutions and resulted in busts of more than 30 visitors to the prisons. However, authorities probably did not expect that three drug smuggling arrests, each on a different state prison campus, would be their own employees. 

How are drug crimes treated in Pennsylvania?

The state of Pennsylvania has very strict anti-drug laws. If you find yourself accused of any drug-related crimes, the penalties could be quite harsh. For this reason, Marros Law Office is here to help you defend yourself from these accusations and avoid the harmful consequences of a conviction.

What drugs are most additctive?

As people in Pennsylvania and across the nation try to come to terms with the problems associated with drug addiction, you might be wondering how so many people get addicted to drugs. The factors that contribute to addiction may vary greatly from person to person but one thing that it is important to know is that many substances that people develop addictions to are not illegal. There are certainly addictive illegal drugs but there are many prescription medications with serious addictive qualities that may contribute to a serious of issues for anyone who develops an addiction to them.

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