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  • Is Meth a part of your Home's History? Those who are in the market for a new home may have more to be concerned about than the value and condition of that home-they should also be concerned about meth labs. The Department of Justice contains a registry of clandestine laboratories, and it could be worth checking out before purchasing a piece of property. By checking this registry, potential homeowners will be able to determine if the property they are interested in has previously been used to manufacture methamphetamine. Should this be the case, the local health department can be a good source of information about any cleanup efforts that have taken place since the discovery. Citizens can also be aware

    Dec 15,
  • Former Vegas Drug Prosecutor now Doing hard Time David Schubert may just find himself rubbing elbows with some of the folks he's helped to put behind bars over the years. That's because the former Las Vegas drug prosecutor was recently sentenced on drug charges himself. He was recently handed a term of between 12 and 30 months by a Nevada judge for possession of cocaine. Schubert's arrest on cocaine charges happened in March 2011. After posting bond, Schubert resigned from office. His law license was then suspended by the Nevada Supreme Court. The former prosecutor fled to Mexico in order to avoid being sentenced on drug charges in September 2011. He was arrested a short time later when he attempted

    Nov 20,
  • Defending Against Las Vegas Drug Charges The federal and state governments are fighting a full-scale “War on Drugs.” Some people think that the harsh penalties are reserved for drug kingpins, smugglers and dealers. There is a Nevada statute that targets individuals who illegally obtain controlled substances for their personal use. This includes illicit drugs and prescription medications. The first and second offenses are considered category E felonies that are punishable by up to four years in prison and a fine up to $5,000. The third offense is a category D felony and is punishable by a fine of $20,000 and a prison term of up to four years. Contact our office if you have been charged with a drug crime

    Jun 28,

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