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Man accused of drug crimes pleads not guilty

A man in Reeseville has pleaded not guilty to charges that suggest he was in possession of a large amount of drugs. The 39-year-old Wisconsin resident entered the plea on March 22 after he was arrested following a months-long investigation. If he is found guilty of the drug crimes he is charged with, he could face over $500,000 in fines and a sentence of up to 166 years in prison. 

2 accused of drug crimes following recent investigation

When law enforcement agents suspect the presence of drug activity in the area, they will generally initiate an investigation into the matter. Individuals who are accused of possessing illegal narcotics face serious consequences, and a conviction for similar charges can have a lingering impact on a person's future. Two men have recently been accused of drug crimes after authorities claim they located a variety of illegal substances during the search of a residence in Wisconsin.

1 facing felony identity theft charges in Wisconsin

Upon initiating a routine traffic stop, authorities may ask the driver of the vehicle to provide some form of identification. Attempting to provide a false name is never advisable and may only act to make police suspicious and lead them to investigate the matter further. A Wisconsin man has been arrested and is facing felony identity theft charges after a recent traffic stop during which he allegedly gave a fake name before stealing a police cruiser.

Drug crimes arrest after a traffic stop must be properly handled

A traffic stop in Wisconsin may be the precursor to a drug arrest. Criminal defense counsel will always examine thoroughly the facts surrounding a traffic stop that results in arrests for drug crimes. The procedures used by the police in these incidents must follow constitutional mandates for conducting a search and seizure under state and federal requirements. Where there is a violation of such mandates by the police procedures that are used to make a drug arrest, the defendant can file a motion to suppress the evidence, which, if granted, will usually result in a full dismissal of the charges.

Investigation leads to accusations of felony drug crimes for 2

When authorities are informed of the potential presence of drug activity, an investigation will generally ensue. Being the subject of such an investigation can be a stressful process, and without the necessary legal experience, an individual might be uncertain how to respond to the situation. Two individuals have been accused of felony drug crimes following a recent investigation that allegedly led to a traffic chase in Wisconsin.

Drug crimes: 1 arrested on suspicion of drug manufacturing

A 37-year-old man has been arrested and accused of involvement in the manufacturing of marijuana following a recent investigation into drug activity in Wisconsin. A conviction for drug crimes of this nature carries severe consequences, and those who face charges under similar circumstances may wish to prepare for what comes next by focusing on their defense. However, without the necessary legal experience, this can be a stressful and intimidating task.

Surveillance footage leads to robbery charges for 2 in Wisconsin

When surveillance footage captures a vehicle that is used as a means to escape the scene of a crime, authorities may seek to use this information in their efforts to identify a suspect. However, the mass production of most vehicle models can make this an arduous task, and there might be numerous vehicles of the same type in a given area. Two individuals in Wisconsin have recently been arrested and accused of robbery after authorities spotted a vehicle that allegedly matched the description of a getaway car.

Overdose leads to allegations of drug crimes for 2 in Wisconsin

Being accused of involvement in drug activity can be intimidating, and a conviction for such offenses carries serious consequences. When a fatal overdose is involved, the penalties for drug crimes may only increase in severity. A father and son are reportedly facing multiple charges following the death of a 33-year-old woman who authorities claim succumbed to a heroin overdose in Wisconsin.

Violent crimes: 1 facing attempted homicide charges in Wisconsin

It might not be all that uncommon for a couple to experience heated arguments from time to time. While these incidents may rarely escalate into physical confrontations, in some cases, a similar situation can grow out of control, potentially leaving one party accused of violent crimes. A man has been arrested and accused of assault and attempted homicide following a recent domestic dispute at a home in Wisconsin.

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