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I've been arrested for drug possession: What now?

Being pulled over by police is one of the most nerve-racking events you may experience. However, worse than being stopped by Alabama authorities is being arrested on suspicion of drug possession. During your arrest, your natural inclination may be to try to fight back either physically or verbally, but that will likely make your situation even worse. A few tips may help you to avoid making mistakes that could end up hurting your case down the road.

I've been arrested for drug possession: What now?

Being pulled over by police is one of the most nerve-racking events you may experience. However, worse than being stopped by Alabama authorities is being arrested on suspicion of drug possession. During your arrest, your natural inclination may be to try to fight back either physically or verbally, but that will likely make your situation even worse. A few tips may help you to avoid making mistakes that could end up hurting your case down the road.

Drug charges: Is it possible to avoid prison in Alabama?

There are many things about so-called "street" drugs that may surprise you. For instance, did you know data suggests that more than 10 percent of people in Alabama and all other states over the age of 12 have tried illicit drugs in the past month?

Conviction based on faulty evidence? Happens more than you think

Imagine the following nightmare. The police pull you over for a broken tail light or another reason. The officer finds a substance in your car that he or she is sure, because of a field test, is an illicit drug. The officer places you under arrest and takes you to jail.

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