Can a Texas emt have a drug arrest?

Answer According to Texas Administrative Code Title 25, Part 1, Chapter 157, Subchapter B, Rule §157.16, emergency medical services providers, including EMTs, may be denied a license if they have a misde... Read More »

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What is a class-e drug arrest?

In some states, a Class E drug arrest refers to an arrest made after a suspect has been found to posses certain prescription drugs illegally. These arrests include the sale or use of antidepressant... Read More »

Can someone who has a drug conviction in their past adopt a child in the state of Texas I am married own my own home and am drug free for 4 years now?

AnswerAdoption in America is so hard, it takes forever, some people wait two years or more. They put you through the ringer and then some. I would see what the application asks for, if you werent e... Read More »

What type of lawyer do you need for a drug arrest?

For a drug arrest, you would need a criminal lawyer. A drug arrest is a criminal case, and you need a criminal lawyer to help you to defend yourself. Even minor charges, such as possession of marij... Read More »

Is a drug arrest a misdemeanor or a felony?

In most states, a drug arrest (for example, possession of cocaine or other controlled substance) is a felony, and can carry a state prison sentence of up to five years.Source:Gainesville Drug Posse... Read More »