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New Jersey Criminal Lawyer Discusses a Conditional Discharge

November 23, 2015 by

New Jersey Criminal Lawyer Discusses a Conditional Discharge

A conditional discharge is a program that is offered by the courts for first time drug offenders who are charged with disorderly person offenses. Essentially, a condition discharge is a program where you are on a formal period of probation. You would have a probation officer, you would have to have random urine tests, you would pay fines, but as long as you completed that period of probation, and  you had no new arrests, at the end of that year the charges against you would be dismissed. It’s important to hire an experienced New Jersey drug crime lawyer who has an intimate knowledge of whether or not you are eligible for a program like this in order to get the best results for you. If you have been charged with a drug offense, contact our experienced New Jersey Criminal Lawyers in Monmouth to help you fight your case.

This informational blog post was provided by Jason A. Volet, an experienced New Jersey Criminal Lawyer.

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