Police need probable cause to search your car but they don’t need a search warrant; warrantless searches are allowed in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Illegal Drug & Narcotic Crimes
Drug Delivery Resulting in Death in Pennsylvania – Why the Prosecution Doesn’t Need to Prove an Intentional Killing
This is a unique charge as it does not require the Commonwealth to establish an intentional killing beyond a reasonable doubt!
If you’re charged with manufacturing, distributing, or dispensing in New Jersey. the State has the burden of proof and it must establish beyond a reasonable doubt
To be guilty of conspiracy, the prosecution must prove that the person agreed with another to engage in conduct
A civil search warrant granted as part of a TRO must still be based on probable cause which is a reasonable belief that an individual maintains
If you’re charged with a drug crime in New Jersey it is very important that your attorney discuss if your matter falls under a Brimage eligible offense.
I’ve written previous blog articles, made videos, and done podcasts on concealed carry permits and Medical Marijuana Cards in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Concealed Carry Permit Renewal Deadline Extended Right now, due to the COVID shutdown, a person isn’t able to obtain a concealed carry permit in Pennsylvania and many are concerned that approved permits will expire […]
It isn’t uncommon to find a large quantity of anabolic steroids within someone’s possession as most most “cycles” require following a drug protocol for a number of weeks.
This section of crimes code is especially harsh and a person convicted faces a mandatory minimum 2 years of state incarceration
The most common client questions about drug and narcotic offenses