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Law enforcement agents may deploy a variety of tactics in an effort to reduce the flow of drug activity. Information that is gathered during an investigation could lead police to execute a warrant to search a vehicle or home, and those who are subjected to a similar incident might not know how best to handle the situation. A recent investigation in Tennessee has left two individuals facing multiple drug charges.

The incident reportedly began when undercover officers were allegedly able to secure a controlled purchase of narcotics from the two individuals. Soon thereafter, police located the vehicle they were driving and initiated a traffic stop. A subsequent search of the vehicle allegedly unearthed the presence of just over 60 grams of methamphetamine, along with several grams of heroin and multiple pills.

Law enforcement agents also assert that the search uncovered a large sum of cash and drug paraphernalia. Following the search, the driver of the car and a passenger were both taken into custody on suspicion of involvement in drug activity. Those who face drug charges under similar circumstances may wish to protect themselves against undesirable consequences, but they might need guidance in the process.

The average person may lack the necessary experience to navigate the criminal justice system. When facing drug charges, a person could find it beneficial to speak with an attorney for guidance in making informed decisions regarding his or her case. An attorney can help a client in Tennessee gain a better understanding of what to expect from the process and assist him or her in preparing for what comes next by forming a strong defense.

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