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How Does the Weight of a Substance Affect Federal Drug Crime Cases?
How Does the Weight of a Substance Affect Federal Drug Crime Cases?

A federal drug trafficking conviction carries hefty penalties, including imprisonment. Various factors will be considered when determining the length of the prison term. For certain drugs, one of the variables looked at will be the weight of the substance. The difference ...

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