Dennis A. Bell, Jr., 28, has been charged with conspiracy to traffic cocaine from Florida to London. He will face up to 30 years in prison, six years of supervised release, a maximum fine of $2 million and a required payment of $100 at the close of the proceedings. By pleading guilty to the charges, as a first time offender, he got one of the charges waived and the first two pleaded out. The right to vote will no longer be something Mr. Bell can do. Oh, boo hoo. Bell along with the 2 other conspirators were arrested by London Police last May. Bell was the only one of the three with a valid driver license.
Criminal lawyer Ralph Behr knows his legal information regarding drug related offenses. If you have any questions about your specific case, he can assist you immediately on the phone and by scheduled consultation. Prosecutors for the state and federal government will want to get the most out of your charges; make sure you hire an attorney that can minimize the damage of your offense and get you a probation, fine, or jail time OR NONE, depending on your case.