Bringing Experienced Defense Concerning Your Drug Arrest
When you’re facing criminal charges, you are facing the full force of the government. You need an equally experienced lawyer working on your side. Our firm has a former assistant prosecutor turned criminal defense attorney. Our trial experience and familiarity with the criminal justice system give you the edge you need to protect your rights.
With offices located in Ocean Township and New Brunswick, our firm helps individuals throughout the Jersey Shore and Central New Jersey protect their rights after being charged with drug crimes.
Avoid The Consequences Of A Drug Conviction
New Jersey takes a hard stance on drugs. If you are convicted of a drug crime — even minor drug possession — the conviction may follow you for the rest of your life.
Drug charges range from disorderly person offenses to felony-level charges based on the activity charged, and the type and amount of drugs involved.
- Disorderly person offenses — Possession of small amounts of drugs or drug paraphernalia is punishable by up to six months in jail and fines up to $1,000 plus mandatory penalties and a potential suspension of your driver’s license.
- Felony drug charges (indictable charges) — Cultivating or distributing drugs, or possessing large amounts of drugs, is punishable by the required degree of the crime, which can include significant prison terms as well as fines. This would include loss of a driver’s license. Many felony offenders are required to serve minimum time before becoming eligible for parole. This can be a significant prison time.
We Don’t Make False Promises
If you’ve been charged with a drug crime, you are facing a serious criminal charge. You need an attorney for defense against criminal charges who will lay the facts out for you and explain your legal options to you.
At Weisberg & Klauber, LLC, we give you a realistic assessment of your case and then help you choose a strategy that gives you the best outcome possible.
If you’ve been charged with a drug crime, don’t wait to contact an attorney. Your rights are at stake. Call our office today at or contact us online.