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Is it time to revisit the way drug offenders are sentenced?

It's no secret that the prisons in this country are bursting at the seams. The United States has more people in prison than any other country in the world, including China, Russia, Brazil or India. Many of those people sitting behind bars are there due to drug crimes related to their addictions. It's probably not surprising that many of them quickly relapse upon their release.

Meth use is on the rise again, and it's getting deadlier

The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is warning Americans that methamphetamine is fast becoming a major problem once again in American communities. Now, however, the already dangerous drug is frequently laced with a potentially lethal addition: fentanyl.

What you should know about warrantless car searches

The Fourth Amendment generally protects individuals from unreasonable searches and seizures. Law enforcement officers may, however, lawfully search your vehicle after a traffic stop without a warrant depending on the reason for your detention. Law enforcement officers can also lawfully search your vehicle with a warrant provided that you permit them to do so.

The police didn't give you a Miranda warning: Now what?

If you have even a passing understanding of how the American criminal justice system works, you've heard of a Miranda warning. The statement that begins, "You have the right to remain silent..." is heard on countless television shows and considered an important protection for criminal defendants.

Illinois man facing many drug charges after search of his home

Police in Dixon have placed a 67-year-old man in Lee County Jail on accusations of selling cocaine in the area. A news release from the Dixon Police Department named him as a suspect in a drug investigation. Investigators reported finding 30 grams of cocaine during a search of the man's home located in the 200 block of Willett Avenue.

Packages containing ecstasy intercepted in Illinois

A 31-year-old Illinois man has been charged with drug possession, attempted drug possession and manufacturing, trafficking and delivering a controlled substance after ecstasy worth about $80,000 was allegedly discovered in packages mailed to him. He is being held at the Kane County Jail, and his bail has been set at $80,000 according to media reports. The man was taken into custody following a two-week investigation conducted by the Department of Homeland Security, the Geneva Police Department, the Kane County Sheriff's Office and the U.S. Postal Service.

Illinois man faces drug charges after arrest

A man is facing drug charges after he was arrested by the Joliet Police Department. The 27-year-old man was arrested on Aug. 14, and he was charged with eight criminal offenses mostly related to drugs. The police accuse the man of dealing cocaine. He is charged with one Class X felony charge, accusing him of unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. Specifically, police claim that the man was found on Aug. 12 with an amount of cocaine between 15 and 100 grams.

Man pleads guilty to charges related to online drug distribution

A man who distributed fentanyl in Illinois and throughout the country pleaded guilty on July 16 to all charges against him. The 34-year-old man was known as "The Drug Llama" online, where he sold the drugs on the dark web's "Dream Market," a place people went to get illegal substances.

Effects of Illinois marijuana legalization

Starting in 2020, marijuana for recreational use for adults who are at least 21 will be legal in Illinois. The Illinois Cannabis Regulation and Taxation Act was signed by the governor on June 25. Illinois is now the eleventh state to make recreational marijuana legal. There are also medical marijuana laws in 33 states.


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