New Jersey Drug Distribution Charges Lawyer

Experienced Drug Distribution Charges Lawyers Fight For The Rights and Interests Of Clients Across New Jersey

An alleged drug distribution offense arises through the actions of police, either through witnessing the act itself or by the use of a confidential informant. There is usually a warrant involved in this process, which is not always the case with simple drug possession charges. Sometimes an arrest takes place because of a sting operation, while in other cases, the police claim they witnessed a deal. At Team Law, we have the experience and resources to help defend you in your drug distribution case. Every New Jersey Drug Distribution Charges Lawyer from our firm understands the severity of the situation – we are here to guide you through this process and mount an aggressive and tactical defense. Our goal is to achieve the best result possible.

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New Jersey Drug Laws

In New Jersey, N.J.S.CA. 2C:35-5 prohibits the unlawful manufacture, distribution, sale, or dispensation of medication and controlled dangerous substances. It is also illegal to be caught in possession of controlled substances with the intent to distribute them to others. The degree of the distribution charge depends on the substance and the amount involved. Accordingly, the charges from most severe to least severe include first, second, third, or fourth degree criminal charge for distribution or intent to distribute.

Various Types of Drug Distribution Crimes

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If you are accused of distributing any other drug contained in Schedule I and II that is not expressly referred to in N.J.S.A. 2C: 35-5, the following applies: 

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If you or a loved one is facing a drug distribution charge in New Jersey, it is imperative to retain an experienced New Jersey Drug Distribution Charges Lawyer. At Team Law, we have the resources and skills to help you secure the legal protection you require and the fight for your rights that you deserve. Our lawyers will guide you through this process and provide the strongest representation in order to achieve the best result possible. Contact Team Law for a free and confidential consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions About Drug Distribution Charges In New Jersey

FAQ: What do I do if I may be implicated in a drug distribution crime?

Contact a qualified and experienced criminal drug distribution lawyer well-versed in criminal defense. Guilt must be proved beyond a reasonable doubt based on the evidence provided. In drug distribution cases, you do not need to display a financial benefit to be convicted of one of these drug crimes. If you get involved in another person’s drug crime and are caught simply delivering a package to another party, you may be charged with a drug crime. Furthermore, it is important to note that possession of drug packaging materials can be enough for a drug conviction. Items such as scales, measuring devices, cutting agents, baggies, and needles are subject to a charge of intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance. The attorneys at Team Law have an in-depth understanding of the criminal justice system – we will help you if you are facing a potential drug crime.

FAQ: What is the role of a confidential informant in my drug distribution case?

In drug distribution cases, evidence of the use of a confidential informant can be pivotal. In New Jersey, the identity of an informant is to be kept secret except if that informant is a material witness to the case. Additionally, the defendant has the right to cross-examine a material witness at trial. Typically, if a drug distribution is made to an informant, this witness will be material at trial. At Team Law, our attorneys have experience with all criminal defense matters and we will maintain our client’s right to confront his or her accuser.

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