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Monthly Archive: June 2010

June 16, 2010

Two Suspects Indicted In Philadelphia for Their Role in an Illegal Online Pharmacy

A pharmacist from Florida and a website operator from the Bahamas were indicted last month for their roles in an illegal online pharmacy. The two suspects worked together and with legitimate pharmacies around the nation to dispense prescription medications without proper prescriptions. At least one pharmacy used by the suspects to facilitate their operation was located in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area. Robert Niczyporowicz, acting special agent in charge of the Philadelphia office of the Drug Enforcement Administration...

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Posted in: Internet Crime

June 14, 2010

Pennsylvania Superior Court Holds that Trial Court May Impose Both Mandatory Minimum and Conditional Minimum Sentences upon a Defendant, Pursuant to State Statutes

The Superior Court of Pennsylvania recent decided an appeal by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in the case of Commonwealth v. Hansley. In Hansley, Frederick Hansley pled guilty to one count of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, for an incident in which he sold cocaine to a police officer in September of 2008. Hansley pled guilty to a second count of possession with intent to deliver for an incident in which he sold cocaine to the same officer in October of 2008. Both sales were conducted within 1,000 feet of a school zone. Hansley’s guilty pleas subjected him to...

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Posted in: Drug Crimes

June 10, 2010

Supreme Court of the United States Rules Prisoners Deemed Sexually Dangerous May Be Detained Beyond Sentence

The Supreme Court of the United States recently decided the case of U.S. v. Comstock, involving four men who were convicted on child pornography and/or sexual abuse of a minor charge(s). The men were convicted under the “Adam Walsh Act”, signed into Federal law in 2006. The Act allows for the civil detainment of sexually dangerous federal inmates, beyond the sentences imposed upon them by the Courts. The Act was challenged by the inmates on Constitutional grounds, the inmates arguing that Congress overstepped...

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Posted in: Sex Crimes & Abuse Allegations