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Houston man pleads guilty to unlawfully importing fake Viagra

On behalf of DeBorde Law Firm posted in Federal Crimes on Friday, May 23, 2014.

While the idea of "fake" Viagra may cause a smirk or a grin to cross your face, the consequences in federal court are real and significant. The federal government has vast resources that can be used to investigate potential federal offenses. Certainly, prosecutors take these cases seriously. The stakes are high when prosecutors seek a federal indictment, and the issues can be complex. Federal offenses typically carry significant penalties, and indictments in federal cases can be lengthy and complicated. A good attorney should help an accused understand the indictment and what the potential consequences can be.

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DEA conducts designer drug raids in 29 states, including Texas

On behalf of DeBorde Law Firm posted in Drug Charges on Friday, May 9, 2014

There has been a great deal of public debate in recent times concerning federal drug crime sentencing reform. In the last entry, this blog discussed the issue of mandatory minimum sentence reform. Lawmakers in the legislative branch of government and policymakers in the executive branch of government have been considering reducing overall populations in federal prisons related to drug crimes.

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