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How may entrapment serve as a drug crime defense?

Before Arkansas prosecutors may go after individuals for alleged drug crimes, they must be able to prove that the allegedly illegal actions actually happened. Proof in the criminal context may come from various forms of evidence, and when law enforcement officials actually witness crimes take place the evidence may be considered quite strong. However, in some situations law enforcement officials may have too much involvement in the commission of an alleged crime and may actually entice individuals into committing breaches of the law that they may not have intended to do.

A review of bribery as a serious criminal charge

White collar crime is a broad category that mostly covers crimes within the workplace in the private sector. Securities fraud and embezzlement are two types of charges that fall under the umbrella of white collar crime. These typically occur within a company, and are committed by a business organization, or individuals working with the organization.

Are sobriety checkpoints legal?

A roadside checkpoint is a planned law enforcement effort that stops drivers to assess them for alcohol or drug impairment, seatbelt or car seat violations, distracted driving, and other driving violations. During the Fourth of July holiday and other times of year when drinking and driving allegedly spikes, these checkpoints may focus on drunk driving and be termed sobriety checkpoints. Whether roadside checkpoints are legal is a matter of debate in the various states through the country, but, here in Arkansas, they may be used by law enforcement.

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