Several people facing drug charges after Alabama house search

On Behalf of | Feb 8, 2018 | Criminal Law |

The criminal justice system is a complex arrangement to understand. There are many aspects to every criminal case, and when people have charges brought against them, they may fear that the system will be too complex for them to navigate successfully. Luckily, individuals have legal options for obtaining assistance and information on their specific cases.

Multiple individuals in Alabama will undoubtedly want to consider what information may best help them after recently being taken into custody. Reports stated that authorities were conducting an investigation after receiving complaints about possible drug activity in a specific area. As a result, police conducted a search of a residence, and they allegedly noticed drug paraphernalia. The officers then requested that narcotics investigators come to the house.

The incident resulted in 13 people being taken into custody on drug possession charges. Of those individuals, 10 were facing misdemeanor charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana. A 23-year-old woman and a 43-year-old man were both charged with felony meth possession and drug paraphernalia possession, and a 35-year-old man was charged with felony possession of mushrooms and drug paraphernalia. 

Though multiple people were taken into custody in this alleged event, each person may wish to take an individual approach to his or her case. The decisions they make as their cases move forward could greatly impact their specific outcomes. Therefore, the parties may wish to gain reliable information from local Alabama legal resources regarding their criminal defense options and the specific criminal charges brought against them.

Source:, “Meth, mushrooms and marijuana seized in northeast Alabama drug bust; 13 arrested“, Ashley Remkus, Jan. 26, 2018


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