A high school teacher in New Jersey was recently taken into custody for committing several drug crimes. The man facing drug charges is 24 years old. A strong criminal defense may help to mitigate the effects of such charges on the man in the short and long terms.
A man in New Jersey was recently arrested for a drug crime. The arrest happened after police stopped him because the lights around his license plate were not functioning properly. A strong criminal defense will likely be necessary as he fights the drug charges filed against him.
A police officer in New Jersey was recently taken into custody on drug charges. The man's arrest came after authorities completed a raid on this home. A strong criminal defense will likely be necessary to fight these charges and protect the man's future.
A Toys for Tots volunteer in New Jersey was recently accused of committing a drug crime. Police arrested the Santa Claus impersonator during an early-morning traffic stop along Route 46. A strong criminal defense will likely be necessary for combatting the drug charges the man faces.
Fentanyl is a powerful pain medication with a quick onset and short duration. It is said to be 50 times stronger than heroin and is often prescribed by doctors to alleviate pain in cancer patients. Of course, we all know that the drug has migrated from the world of medicine and is now manufactured illicitly and sold illegally.
An increase in shootings throughout multiple towns in New Jersey recently led to a large gang, heroin and cocaine bust. Authorities said the bust dismantled a criminal enterprise in the state. A total of 29 people have been taken into custody and will most likely need a strong criminal defense to fight their charges.
Two men in New Jersey have been accused of committing drug crimes. Specifically, they face prescription painkiller and marijuana charges following a traffic stop. A strong criminal defense is important in cases involving drug charges, which can have serious consequences if they end up becoming convictions.
A conviction on any criminal charge is never a positive thing for someone in New Jersey. It is possible, however, for a case to go from bad to worse. What can tip the scales is how prosecutors decide to press the case. This might be particularly true for someone facing drug-related criminal charges.
Thursday, March 30, 2017 marked the start of a very productive week for local, state and federal law enforcement in and around Atlantic County, New Jersey, as they arrested more than 16 in what they are referring to as a drug and gun trafficking ring. The arrests made resulted in the confiscation of not only in excess of 10,000 bags of the deadly opiates heroin and fentanyl, but 21 weapons as well.
It is a crime to willfully possession illegal controlled substances at both the state and federal levels in the United States. Drugs that fall under this category include LSD, marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin and "club drugs." All of these drugs are illegal in the state of New Jersey. There are also laws that make it illegal to possess "precursor" chemicals for manufacturing of drugs and some accessories associated with drug use. Some of those accessories include crack pipes, bongs and syringes.