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Lawyer-Bart Kaspero
Known primarily as a trial lawyer, Bart Kaspero has represented notable political figures and prominent business owners who find themselves in need of an experienced criminal defense attorney.
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Best Ways To Fight Marijuana Sales

For this facing charges of marijuana sales or marijuana cultivation, some are often baffled why the court treats them like narcotics dealers instead of users.  This appears most common with marijuana charges because of how different the drug is treated as compared to other controlled substance offenses. Can Marijuana Patients or Users Grow Their Own […]

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Celebrity Dermatologist Indicted for Prescription Pill Sales

Well-known dermatologist Dr. Cheryl Karcher has been charged with a 50 Count indictment alleging illegal possession and sales of prescription pills. This is another prosecution by the Special Narcotics divisions and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) investigation efforts into illegal prescription centers. According to the charging document, Karcher allegedly filled prescription pill orders of current and […]

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Angelina Jolie's Alleged Drug Video

It’s disappointing to hear when someone from our past gets a laugh at our expense—especially when all the evidence that could exonerate us is too far gone to present a defense. This is why it’s constitutionally unfair to bring charges against someone after too much time has passed. This is what has happened to world-renowned […]

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The Trial of Susan B. Anthony

The story of an American Hero – Tried as a Criminal Many people in our have mixed feelings about our criminal justice system—in particular, trials by jury. Some feel that people beat charges on technicalities while others point to innocent defendants that are incarcerated for crimes they never committed. We are hopeful that the worst […]

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Medicare Seniors Overprescribed Painkillers

Medicare’s prescription drug program (known as Part D, under the Medicare comprehensive plan) reveals a rising use, misuse, and overprescription of common painkiller (opiodes) and anti-anxiety medications. To name a few, research show that there has been a steady increase in the prescription of hydrocodone, oxycodone, (which rose up to 50%) and increased dosage rates […]

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