How Circumstantial Evidence Can Prove Intent To Sell Illegal Drugs

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The police don’t have to catch you in the act of selling drugs to charge you with the crime; they can use circumstantial evidence. Here are some of the ways in which circumstantial evidence can prove possession with intent to sell: You Had Large a Quantity of Drugs The more drugs you have the more likely you are to be charged with possession with intent to sell. This is especially true with drugs that are usually taken in small quintiles (mostly the extremely potent ones), such as crack cocaine.…

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Four Little Known Ways To Repair Credit After Bankruptcy

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Many times, after filing for bankruptcy, people believe that the best thing to do is to avoid credit accounts for at least the first seven years. This is a huge misconception about bankruptcy that is going to hurt you more than it will help. Here are four little-known ways you can get started on repairing your credit: Debt to Credit Ratio Matters Most: The one thing that matters most that people don’t realize is the debt to credit ratio.…

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Informal Separation Not Working Out? 4 Reasons You Need To Formalize The Agreement

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If you and your spouse have decided to call it quits, it’s time to work out the formal separation agreement. You might think that an informal agreement will work well, but that’s not necessarily the truth. In fact, a separation agreement will help you avoid serious problems with your divorce. Before you go any further with your divorce, here are four reasons why you should talk to an attorney about a formal separation agreement.…

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