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November 2011

Prescription for Disaster | Utah Criminal Defense Attorney Tip of the Week

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What Doesn’t Work: Saying, when questioned by the police about the pills in your pocket: “These aren’t illegal drugs. The guy I bought them from has a totally valid prescription.”

What Works: Don’t give out your leftover meds! Whenever I got injured in college my mother would give me prescription pain medication that my family had leftover in our medicine cabinet. At the time, neither of us knew that she could be charged with a felony! Many families do the same thing to save on medical bills. You should be aware that you can be charged with a felony for giving your prescription drugs to somebody else, even if they truly need it. (Don’t worry Mom, we are well beyond the statute of limitations for felonies).

Ill-Advised Black Friday Deals and A Tip Every Driver Should Know | Utah Defense Attorney Tip of the Week

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What Doesn’t Work: Advertising your amazing Black Friday deals for all of your “hard to find” merchandise: slightly used wallets, mislabeled prescription drugs, feel goodbrownies, imported DVDs, second hand electronics, and fresh start identity kits with credit cards included (no annual fee, no credit check, only valid for the next 24-48 hours). Read More