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Roseville Police arrest 45-year-old man for allegedly selling drugs

As our previous post pointed out, the decision to sell drugs in California can come with some very significant penalties. A Carmichael man may soon learn firsthand what types of punishments are levied for serious drug charges, as he was arrested by Roseville police earlier this month and is alleged to have had methamphetamine and heroin in his possession at the time.

The Carmichael man, who authorities have indicated may be a repeat offender, was taken to the Sacramento County Jail with bail set at $290,000. Reports suggest that this man's recent arrest may have violated the terms of his community supervision. If he did indeed violate the terms of his supervision, the potential punishment options are likely to be even more severe.

Although the investigation no doubt continues, it has been reported that police arrested this man due to his allegedly prolific drug sales throughout the Sacramento area. At the time of the arrest, police allege that this Carmichael man was also in possession of illegal firearms.

Anyone familiar with our previous posts concerning drug possession or manufacturing charges in California knows that these types of crimes are taken very seriously. Although this Carmichael man remains innocent until proven guilty, he will need to consider his options for a competent legal defense. In many drug cases, illegally seized evidence can be suppressed.

For anyone facing serious drug charges, it is best to rely on the expertise of an experienced criminal defense attorney. An attorney will evaluate the evidence in a case to determine the best course of action going forward.

Source: Roseville, CA Patch, "Carmichael Man Arrested, Suspected of Selling Illegal Drugs," Sept. 11, 2012

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