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Woman facing trafficking, other drug charges after traffic stop

| Jun 18, 2021 | Uncategorized |

The seriousness of criminal charges is typically not lost on those who are arrested. At first, they may feel in shock about their predicament, but soon after, most accused individuals want to do what they can do to address the situation as effectively as possible. The manner in which a person approaches his or her case can depend on the exact charges alleged and the details of the arrest, particularly if the individual faces drug charges.

It was recently reported that one woman in North Carolina is facing criminal charges after her vehicle was stopped on Interstate 85. It was unclear what reason officers had for stopping the vehicle as details regarding the traffic stop and subsequent arrest were few. Nonetheless, officers apparently conducted a search of the vehicle and purportedly found and seized 150,000 doses of heroin.

As a result of the situation, the woman is facing the following charges:

  • Possession with intent to sell
  • Trafficking heroin
  • Possession of a schedule VI controlled substance
  • Maintaining a vehicle for keeping controlled substances

At the time of the report, the woman was still in custody in North Carolina on a $231,000 secured bond. Due to the severity of the drug charges she faces, she will undoubtedly want to explore her criminal defense options in hopes of finding the course of action that could best suit her case. The ordeal may seem bleak, but she does have legal rights and options she could take advantage of to work toward the most favorable outcome possible for her particular circumstances.