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Have you been arrested for possession of illegal prescriptions?


Drug crimes in Memphis are aggressively prosecuted. Media coverage of those who have been charged with these drug crimes can be over the top and make it seem like they are guilty before they are proven so. Additionally, the penalties faced upon conviction can be severe, even for those found possessing prescription drugs without a valid prescription or with intent to distribute the prescription medication.

How can a medical professional avoid drug charges?

As Memphis residents know, prescription drug abuse is common throughout the state and across the U.S. The government has been aggressively involved in drafting laws that attempt to thwart prescription drug abuse by imposing serious penalties on offenders. Therefore, health care providers should be aware of these laws so that they do not face drug charges or, if they do, they can adequately fight them.

83 arrested in Tennessee drug raid

A large drug bust occurred recently in Wilson County. During the raid over 80 people were arrested on various drug charges. These defendants are collectively facing 154 drug-related charges. The police claim they confiscated cocaine, marijuana, meth, prescription drugs, and heroin during the raid.

Thirty arrested in Tennessee drug raid


Police raids for drugs happen quite frequently in Tennessee and can catch the attention of members of the public, particularly when covered in the media. The operations often have months of investigation and many times lots of people are arrested in the sting maneuver. However, police can make mistakes and innocent people can be charged with serious drug crimes.

Tennessee dentist arrested on multiple charges

Prescription drug offenses are becoming more common in Tennessee. Using medication that was prescribed to someone else is both a federal and state crime that can result in serious legal consequences, including jail time.

Tennessee FedEx driver accused of dealing prescription drugs

Readers in Memphis, Tennessee might be interested to know that a former FedEx driver in the state was arrested for delivering more than just packages. The Tennessee man was allegedly dealing prescription pain pills while on his delivery route. He is now facing drug charges.

Drug charges dismissed because federal prosecutors took too long?

Federal drug charges are always serious. That's why it's important to make sure that federal prosecutors are following the letter of the law when they are trying to make a case against someone. The recent end of a drug case in another state revealed that maybe the government bit off more than it could chew.

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