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Two men arrested for drug-related charges in Louisiana

Those in political power positions are usually at the mercy of the media, which is why it's so important to be prepared for charges that need to be defended against. Keeping your name out of the media spotlight can allow you to have a fair trial without bias. In this case, drug charges against a mayoral candidate have been spread around the Internet. Things like drug trafficking, distribution and manufacturing are always going to be big sellers, but with the right defense, it's possible to minimize your exposure in the media if you're charged with these crimes.

According to reports from Nov. 6, two men, including one who previously was a candidate for mayor, have been placed behind bars in Louisiana. According to the source, the men face drug charges after an undercover operation allegedly purchased meth from the men. The men were allegedly selling the drug on the 3800 block of Lakeshore Drive.

Agents from Caddo and Bossier, the undercover narcotics agency, is believed to have seized many types of drugs, including marijuana, meth, and hydrocodone pills, all of which were at the Bryant & Associates business, according to their report. The seizure took place on Nov. 5, according to the news, and the two men, ages 51 and 58, were taken into custody.

If you've been charged with a drug crime, the implications can be very serious. You could be facing fines or even a prison sentence. With a strong defense, you can be sure that you have a fair trial with an unbiased jury if needed.


Source: 
KSLA 12, "Former mayoral candidate facing drug charges following search of Shreveport business" Carolyn Roy, Nov. 06, 2013

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