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Defense Strategies For Drug Possession
Defense Strategies For Drug Possession

Fight Back Against the Charges If you face drug possession charges in Alabama, you must take the charge very seriously. Drug possession is generally a felony offense in Alabama and can carry severe penalties, including imprisonment and fines of up to $15,000 per offense. ...

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