A prominent figure in the music industry is facing more charges after a police raid. According to a recent news report, federal prosecutors in New York filed drug charges against hip-hop talent agent James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond this past summer. Now the prosecutors have added more charges against Rosemond for allegedly possessing a sub-machine gun and silencer. Authorities claim the possession was illegal.
In New York, drug charges can have serious consequences. If the person accused has encountered prior difficulties with the law, particularly if the problems involved other drug charges, they will likely need to prepare a strong defense in order to minimize the risk to their freedom.
A 34-year-old assistant district attorney (ADA) in Bronx, New York, has been charged with DWI following a multi-vehicle accident involving three cars that took place on Major Deegan Expressway last year. The DWI charges have resulted in a criminal trial.