Avoid Drugs – Avoid Jail

Ask the Consul

Installment One Hundred and Fifteen

The U.S. Embassy is concerned about the number of American citizens and U.S. Legal Permanent Residents who have been arrested in Guyana for narcotics-related offences. Often, these individuals, lured by the prospect of financial gain or other reward, agree to get involved in drug trafficking. The sad reality is that many of them end up in prison. Serving time in prison is difficult,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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