Charged with Marijuana Edibles in NJ?
Facing Charges for Edible Marijuana in Jersey City? The legalization of weed in New Jersey continues to be a popular topic. Often, the discussion leads to more questions than answers. The continuous changes in the law, as well as the complexities and nuances, can leave citizens and visitors of this state confused. In reality, the... Read More»
Are all drug possession charges felonies in New Jersey?
Felony Drug Possession Lawyers in Hudson County, NJ Many drug charges in New Jersey are considered felonies, or indictable crimes, and can require a state prison term if convicted. However, not all drug charges are felonies, as a select few are disorderly persons (misdemeanor) offenses allowing for county jail sentences. The degree ... Read More»
THC vs. CBD Laws in New Jersey
What’s Legal and What’s Not when It Comes to CBD and THC Possession in NJ THC and CBD are in the spotlight right now, both nationally and in New Jersey. CBD-infused products, from gummies to oils to vape products, are advertised across the state. However, many people do not fully understand the legality surrounding CBD,... Read More»
Two Charged with Intent to Distribute 31 Kilos of Heroin in Secaucus
Secaucus NJ Heroin Distribution Defense Attorneys New Jersey heroin laws are particularly harsh and aggressively enforced. New Jersey statute section 2C:35-10 criminalizes the possession of heroin in this state, even in the smallest amounts. Things can get even worse if you are found with more heroin on you or if you are found with ... Read More»
New Jersey Drug Possession vs. Intent to Distribute Charges
Drug possession charges in New Jersey can be serious, but they pale in comparison to drug possession with intent to distribute charges. If you have been charged with intent to sell CDS, it is important to understand the circumstances and types of evidence that can lead prosecutors to charge you not only with having a... Read More»
Why You May Lose Your License for an NJ Criminal or Traffic Offense
Many people are aware that a driver can lose their New Jersey privileges if they commit too many traffic offenses. Yet fewer people know that a number of other charges can also result in a license suspension, including drunk driving, certain drug crimes, possession of drugs in a motor vehicle, and even violating the terms... Read More»