Early Thursday, a 19-year-old teenager died hours after officers responded to reports of an apparent drug overdose at a home in Blane, Minnesota, a Minneapolis suburb. According to authorities, 10 teenagers and young adults were hospitalized, with several in critical condition, after what appeared to be a mass overdose of a designer hallucinogen called 2C-E. Law enforcement investigators say that the drug can be illegally obtained online.
Teenagers and adults alike may be in danger of facing criminal charges for drug possession or sale, and the charges will likely be far more serious if one or more persons lost their lives due to taking the drug in question. In these and similar situations, it is crucial that you immediately discuss your options and rights with an experienced attorney.
Koffel Brininger Nesbitt is here to offer experienced, uncompromising criminal defense counsel to clients throughout Columbus and the surrounding areas in Ohio. This includes all types of misdemeanor and felony drug offenses. For a confidential review of your case with a professional who can offer you straightforward guidance when you need it most, be sure to contact the firm today.
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