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Traffic stop leads to several drug charges for Paris man

| Dec 21, 2017 | Drug Charges |

Possession, distribution, and the manufacturing of illicit drugs such as marijuana and cocaine are restricted in the state of Tennessee. Convictions for these drug charges can lead to harsh sentences and often prison time. Tennessee residents who are arrested on drug charges have many options available to them when it comes to a defense strategy.

In a recent traffic stop, a Paris man was arrested and detained on several drug charges. A trooper uncovered a variety of controlled substances within the vehicle and charged the driver with four counts of possession with the intent to sell, manufacture and deliver. Bond was set for the individual at $15,000 for each of the four drug charges.

There are many reasons why individuals are led to possess, distribute and manufacture illegal drugs. For some, the potential income might seem to provide financial security, or they may have a drug problem of their own. Whatever the case may be, it is a huge risk for anyone to take and can also lead to other dangers the longer it goes on.

With this type of illegal activity, not only do those people face possible prison time, they also face an uncertain future. With felony drug convictions, it may be hard to obtain a job, receive any government assistance or maintain citizen rights. Additional sanctions such as suspended driver’s license and felony registration are other possible penalties.

Tennessee residents who are convicted with drug charges and are facing an uncertain future are encouraged to know and protect their legal rights by obtaining a legal counsel. Regardless of the crime, a person’s rights should be defended. Building a strong defense can help achieve the best possible outcome.

Source:, “Man faces multiple drug charges after being stopped by trooper“, Ken Walker, Dec.11, 2017