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  • Tim Powers Law Offices of Tim Powers, Denton, Texas 940.483.8000 A few weeks ago, 18-year-old Kyle Nolan left the U.S. in search of a spiritual revelation and a certain drug, which would help him to reach it. The drug Nolan researched is called ayahuasca which is a psychedelic brew made out of bnisteriopsis caapi vine. Nolan had dropped out of his junior year of college prior to finding out about ...
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  • Tim Powers Law Offices of Tim Powers, Denton Texas 940.580.2899 940.483.8000 Did you know that about 90 percent of the meth in Texas is smuggled across the border from Mexico? Mexican drug cartels have been the primary manufacturers of meth for years now. There have been small labs that produce meth as well here in the states, but the majority is smuggled across the border from Mexico. This ...
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  • Federal Court Finds Upright Driving, Acne Suspicious Good posture while driving can contribute to reasonable suspicion that a driver is smuggling illegal aliens, federal appeals court finds. Tim Powers Law Offices of Tim Powers Denton, Texas Driving with good posture, with hands at the classic ten and two position on the wheel, is sufficient reason to pull over a driver with a bad complexion, ...
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  • Tim Powers Law Office of Tim Powers 940.580.2899 www.timpowers.com In a bizarre turn of events for a case against a fugitive doctor, federal prosecutors have dropped drug charges against an alleged renegade physician because the vast trove of evidence related to the case is too expensive to maintain. The doctor, Armando Angulo, was indicted in 2007 for allegedly leading a lucrative scheme that ...
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  • Does drug sentencing have a color?

    || 29-Aug-2012

    Tim Powers Law Office of Tim Powers 940.580.2899 www.timpowers.com Studies have shown that there is a disproportionate amount of black men in prison because of drug charges. The State of Texas was ranked #1 in the Huffington Post article for reform in drug sentencing. Here's what the article says: "In Texas, a projection showed that the number of inmates would outnumber the number of ...
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