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Can I Face Federal Charges for Dealing in Fentanyl?
Can I Face Federal Charges for Dealing in Fentanyl?

According to the U.S. Sentencing Commission (USSC), in 2018, there were 433 offenders of illegal fentanyl distribution, making up just over 2% of drug trafficking crimes committed in the United States. And while that might not seem like a lot, it represents a 4,711.1% ...

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