Why You Need a Crack for Grand Robert Et Collins 2009 and Where to Find It
[MORRISTOWN, Tenn] -- On July 14, 2009, a federal grand jury sitting in Greeneville, Tennessee, returned a superseding indictment charging a total of 32 people on 103 separate counts. The defendants were all indicted on federal conspiracy charges involving the distribution and the possession with the intent to distribute large amounts of cocaine and crack cocaine within the Eastern District of Tennessee and elsewhere. In addition to the conspiracy charges, numerous defendants were also charged with money laundering offenses, possessing firearms in furtherance of drug trafficking and maintaining a residence for the purpose of manufacturing and/or storing crack cocaine. If convicted, the defendants face a mandatory term of ten years in prison, a fine of $4,000,000.00, a term of at least five years supervised release, and mandatory court assessments. In addition, the firearms charges as described above carry a term of five years in prison which, by federal law, is imposed consecutively to the sentence for the drug trafficking offense. The indictment is filed as a public record at the United States District Court, Greeneville, Tennessee.
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