Drug charges impact your life significantly, and if you're caught driving while drugs are in your bloodstream and affecting your abilities, they may not be the only charges you face. If you drive while under the influence of drugs, you could face a DUI along with other drug charges for possession or transporting drugs.
How would you feel if you knew your home could be invaded by the police just because you were black, Asian or Muslim? How would you feel if you were subjected to bias on a daily basis? You'd probably want someone to do something about it.
A DUI has the potential to change your life, especially if your hurt someone when you're intoxicated. Take, for example, this case involving a woman who hit and killed a pedestrian. The pedestrian's death resulted in a criminal charge, along with charges for having her child in her vehicle at the time of the crash.
Drug charges are not something you want to have to deal with. You face heavy fines and penalties along with possible jail time or a prison sentence. Depending on the situation, you could end up with misdemeanor or felony charges.
Drug paraphernalia charges are some of the most complicated, because there are so many things that can be considered both paraphernalia and normal items. For example, you could smoke marijuana with a bong but also have one for display purposes or to smoke tobacco. You could have a small spoon for cocaine or heroin or have one to measure with for other purposes.