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NASCAR and Meth Charges

Posted by Dmitry Gorin | Jul 16, 2009 | 0 Comments

Any Los Angeles criminal defense attorney will tell you that drug crimes are a serious offense and can be heavily prosecuted by Los Angeles police. Drug crimes include drug possession, drug sales, drug trafficking and drug manufacturing, all of which can be charged as felonies or misdemeanors. You may not always be able to predict just who will be an addict or a drug crime offender, and in fact many celebrities use drugs that are a big surprising. When you think about celebrity drug use, you may be thinking in regards to cocaine or some "fancy" drug. However, as recent events have shown, many celebrity drug crimes involve drugs you may think are "lower class" drugs. NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield tested positive for Meth recently, highlighting a long history of alleged drug use. When people think of Meth, they don't think about professional athletes with millions of dollars; they usually think of a trailer in the High desert. However, this drug crime and others are perpetrated by people of all walks of life. A quality Los Angeles criminal defense attorney who defends drug crimes will counsel you through any investigations, interrogation and so forth. Los Angeles drug crimes defense involves sophisticated legal technique, and a top-notch understanding of Los Angeles Drug crime law. The state of California has zero tolerance when it comes to drug related offenses. All drug crimes are taken seriously by law enforcement and prosecuted to the fullest extent. Commonly committed drug crimes include: drug possession, drug possession with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia, drug manufacturing, drug trafficking, drug distribution, drug cultivation, and money laundering. If you have been charged with a serious criminal offense, do not hesitate to call Kestenbaum, Eisner & Gorin, LLP at (877) 781-1570. Our knowledgeable legal team can evaluate your case and advise you of your legal options. Tagged as: drug crimes defense

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Ronald Gonzalez on September 16, 2009 at 10:12 a.m. wrote: hello. i was seeking some advice about a charge i have. i was charged with possession intent to sale. was found in a car thats not mine. what are my options? was in los angeles county. im listed on the website. i wasnt given a ticket theres no court date on the website.i wasnt given any paperwork what so ever to notify me of when i goto court. i recently got fired from my job and expecting roughly 1100 - 1400 from my boss sometime this month. I was told the case may be dismissed. but i dont know. or not sure. if theres any way u can help u can call me at 626 502 3860 i have no money up front im struggling paying the bail bonds. i was bailed out almost isntantly. trying not to lose my job. thanks in advance. Ronald Gonzalez

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Dmitry Gorin

Find me on Google+ Dmitry Gorin is a licensed attorney, who has been involved in criminal trial work and pretrial litigation since 1994. Before becoming partner in Eisner Gorin LLP, Mr. Gorin was a Senior Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles Courts for more than ten years. As a criminal tri...

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