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What Does Disposed Mean for a Case Status in Louisville?
December 28, 2021 | Criminal Defense
If you have questions about a case status, it is important to know that the court and prosecutor are not your friends. You are better off calling a criminal defense attorney with questions. If your case is still open and pending, you could incriminate yourself by talking with a prosecutor. Additionally, the court clerk and… read more
Is Mail Order Weed Legal in Louisville, Kentucky?
December 17, 2021 | Drug Crimes
The answer to your question is “no;” mail order weed is not legal in Kentucky. Kentucky has not legalized recreational or medical marijuana. Marijuana also remains illegal at the Federal level; it is listed as a Schedule I Controlled Substance under the Controlled Substances Act. This means that you could be prosecuted in state or… read more
Can You Be Prosecuted for Causing Someone’s Suicide in Kentucky?
December 3, 2021 | Kentucky Law
Wondering if you can be prosecuted for causing someone’s suicide in Kentucky? The experienced Louisville criminal defense lawyers at Suhre & Associates explain what you need to know in this blog. You can be prosecuted for causing or assisting someone’s suicide in Kentucky. This is a serious felony crime and carries stiff penalties. Kentucky does… read more
Tips for an Effective Character Letter for a Judge
November 6, 2021 | Criminal Defense
Suhre & Associates Louisville criminal defense lawyers discuss some important tips for an effective character letter for a judge in this blog. Character letters are an important tool in a defense lawyer’s arsenal. These letters can be extremely powerful at sentencing hearings after a conviction or guilty plea. A judge usually has a good deal… read more
The Best States For Responsible Gun Owners
August 11, 2021 | Criminal Defense
The Constitution states that the right for citizens to bear arms shall not be infringed. Still, there’s been much debate regarding the types of guns citizens can legally own. Many states have enacted laws that make it difficult to obtain and own certain firearms. Perhaps you’re a responsible gun owner and a law-abiding citizen. You… read more
How to Prepare for a Consultation with a Criminal Defense Lawyer
August 4, 2021 | Criminal Defense
When you hire a criminal defense lawyer, you may feel anxious or intimidated. But a criminal defense lawyer’s job is not to judge you for your alleged offense. Criminal defense lawyers serve a necessary role in the criminal justice system. They can often help you avoid some of the worst consequences of a criminal conviction…. read more
What To Expect if You’re Arrested for Drug Possession
February 8, 2021 | Drug Crimes
Despite decriminalization efforts across the country and within some local jurisdictions, under Kentucky state law, possession of any amount of cannabis, called marijuana under U.S. laws, remains illegal. You can also expect to be arrested if you are caught in possession of drugs, including party drugs like: Ecstasy Molly LSD If you are arrested for… read more
Is It Legal to Live in a Camper in Your Backyard?
January 29, 2021 | Criminal Law
Over the last few years, there has been a growing interest in living in recreational vehicles (RVs) and campers full-time. As recently as 2018, it was estimated that more than 1 million Americans live in their RVs. For many, the idea of being able to freely move about the country and bring your home with… read more
How Can I Keep My License to Practice Pharmacy if I’m Convicted of DUI in Kentucky?
December 23, 2020 | DUI
Because patient safety is a top concern for pharmacists, the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy considers alcohol abuse a serious problem. A pharmacist who receives a DUI may face criminal penalties. However, the pharmacist could also lose his pharmacist license. Pharmacist Licenses and DUIs in Kentucky A DUI arrest can have an impact on your pharmacist… read more
What to Do After Being Arrested
December 15, 2020 | Criminal Defense
Being arrested can be a frightening and traumatic experience. It can be difficult to know what you should do after being arrested. One thing you need to understand is that the police officers and the prosecutor believe you are guilty. Therefore, trying to talk your way out of the arrest is not going to benefit… read more