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When Prescription Medications Become Illegal
When Prescription Medications Become Illegal

Prescription drug abuse and addiction have become an epidemic in the United States. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, approximately 90 people die each day from an overdose of drugs in the opioid family, which includes prescription pain relievers such as ...

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Blog posts in December, 2017

  • Misdemeanor Offenses: Do I Need an Attorney?

    Crimes are generally divided into two categories: felonies and misdemeanors. Felonies are considered more serious offenses and are subject to greater ...

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  • How Long Will Juvenile Offense Stay on My Record?

    At The Law Offices of Jarrod M. Wilfert , one of the most popular questions our Ventura juvenile criminal defense attorney receives from our clients ...

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  • Why Indecent Exposure is a Criminal Offense

    Willfully exposing yourself in an inappropriate manner is considered a sex crime against the suspected individual under California indecent exposure ...

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