Drug Charges, Fines, Penalties & More.
Everything you want to know about drug charges in South Carolina.
The dangers of using drugs and alcohol while pregnant have been well-documented in South Carolina and across the United States. A number of high-profile federal court decisions have shaped federal policy on the issue, but before we discuss the legal implications of...read more
A conviction for Simple Possession of a controlled substance in South Carolina can seriously derail your life. Contrary to popular belief, however, there are ways to get this charge dropped or reduced. In this piece, we'll discuss: What simple possession of a...read more
A charge for a drug-related offense can be life-changing in its impact and should be avoided at all costs. Everyone makes mistakes, and when the case involves addiction, it's easy to get caught in a low point and end up in trouble with the law. At the Kent Collins Law...read more
You may have heard the news stories about fentanyl. It is up to 100 times stronger than morphine and is responsible for overdose deaths every day. But, did you know it's still prescribed to treat chronic and severe pain by medical professionals? In this piece, we'll...read more
In South Carolina, as in all states, drug crimes can be extremely damaging to a person's life, their relationships, their good name, their employment standing and much more. When faced with a drug charge, you don't have to just take it, especially when circumstances...read more
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