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Mandatory Minimum Sentence for Federal Drug Trafficking
Mandatory Minimum Sentence for Federal Drug Trafficking

Under Title 21 of the United States Code, federal drug trafficking is defined as distributing, manufacturing, importing illegal drugs or controlled substances, as well as possessing with intent to distribute and distributing such drugs to individuals under 21 years old, ...

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