As we discussed last week, there are certain freedoms that are removed when you have a felony drug conviction on your record. One of those freedoms that can be affected is the freedom to travel where you want. When you are facing drug charges, all of the consequences of a conviction are likely going through your mind. We know how stressful that can be.
In last week's blog, we discussed a woman who is facing hundreds of charges for the possession of prescription drugs. That post might have some of our Maryland readers wondering exactly what drugs are considered controlled substances. It is imperative to know that not everyone who is in possession of these drugs is guilty of a crime. It is legal to possess many controlled substances if they are able to be legally prescribed and the person who has the controlled substance has a valid prescription.
A recent two-month investigation looking into prescription drug fraud has ended with a woman facing hundreds of charges related to prescription drugs. Interestingly, the woman was on probation in Wyoming for similar charges. While reading about what this woman is charged with and the alleged circumstances, our readers should keep in mind that the woman is still considered innocent. She still has the right to defend herself against these serious charges in Maryland.