Heroin. It’s a dangerous street drug that is highly addictive and can ruin the lives of those it touches. In New Jersey, a conviction for possession of heroin or possession of heroin with intent to distribute can result in harsh penalties, including jail time, hefty fines, suspension or revocation of your driver’s license, and mandatory Read More
If you've been charged with certain drug offenses or are a repeat drug offender, you may be eligible for New Jersey's drug court program. Drug courts address non-violent drug-related cases, and focus on the treatment and rehabilitation of drug offenders. The goal of New Jersey's drug court program is to keep people out of prison, and give them a second chance to beat the disease of addiction.Read More
Theft crimes are those that involve the taking of something that does not belong to you, without the consent of the owner. To be convicted, a jury must find, beyond a reasonable doubt, that you intended to permanently deprive the owner of his or her property. Theft crimes are serious. A conviction can result in a lengthy jail sentence, hefty fines and, when you are released from prison, difficulty finding a job.
If you have been charged with a theft crime in New Jersey, it is critical that you hire a competent, experienced New Jersey criminal defense attorney.Read More
Assault charges in New Jersey can carry penalties ranging from 30 days in jail and a $500 fine for a petty disorderly persons offense, up to 10 years in prison and a $150,000 fine for a second degree indictable offense. Assault charges vary based on several factors including how severely the victim was injured, whether the defendant used a weapon, and, in some cases, whether the victim was in a protected group, such as law enforcement officers and other first responders, judges, operators of rail passenger services or motorbuses, corrections officials, and utility workers.Read More
Gun and weapons charges in New Jersey, such as the unlawful possession of a firearm, carrying an unlicensed weapon, carrying a gun without a permit, juvenile weapons charges, or possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, are all very serious charges. If convicted, these crimes almost always result in jail time, with many of the charges having lengthy periods of parole ineligibility.Read More
If you have been charged with a drug-related offense in Mercer County, New Jersey, you could be facing serious criminal penalties, including fines and possible jail time. New Jersey prosecutors often seek to impose the maximum penalty for drug-related offenses. If you have been arrested and charged with a drug-related crime in Mercer County, New Jersey, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney to fight the drug charges, and do whatever it takes to try to keep you out of jail.Read More