Summer is here and there is nothing that can ruin it like getting arrested! While most of my readers won’t run into any trouble this summer season, they may have a friend or a family member who doesn’t read my blog, my books, or watch my videos. As I’ve written on my blog and in […]
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Our criminal defense law firm represents person charged with illegal drug and narcotic crimes in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Most of our illegal drug and narcotic cases come to us following vehicle or car stops on a street, road or highway. Remember that police and other law enforcement need probable cause to search your car […]
I’ve always told my friends and family that a drug charge can happen to anyone because we’ve all been around people who may not really know well
Our criminal defense lawyers represents accused persons charged with possession and possession with intent to distribute, deliver or manufacture in Pennsylvania (PWID) and New Jersey. These charges range from something as low a summary offense (petty disorderly- New Jersey) to as high as felony offense (Crime of the First Degree in New Jersey—indictable offenses). If […]
Like Pennsylvania, New Jersey doesn’t treat all narcotics the same way. Controlled substances are classified according to five schedules
Most people believe that a criminal problem like a charge for the illegal possession of heroin, or crack cocaine will never become a part of their lives but life sometimes doesn’t always work out that way.
One of the lesser known consequences of a controlled dangerous substance offense (CDS) is the potential for a driver’s license suspension.
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.
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