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What is Important to Know about Drug Offenses in NJ?

  • A disorderly person’s offense would leave you facing a maximum of six months in the county jail, but most likely a period of probation.
  • First degree drug offenses could leave you spending the better part of your life in state prison.

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

How Do They Prove a DWI for Drugs in New Jersey?

  • You can be found guilty for a DWI in New Jersey if they can prove that you are under the influence of some type of drug.
  • The police departments have what are called drug recognition experts.
  • These drug recognition experts will do certain tests at the police station in order to prove that you are guilty of driving while intoxicated for being under the influence of a drug.

This informational blog post was provided by Jason A. Volet, an experienced New Jersey Drug Crime Defense Attorney.

I’ve Been Charged with a Disorderly Persons Drug Charge, Am I Eligible for a Conditional Discharge?

You may be eligible for a conditional discharge if you have no prior drug arrests either in New Jersey or in any other state in the country.

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

What is Important to Know about the Distribution of a Controlled Dangerous Substance in NJ?

  • Charges can range from jail to mandatory state prison with a mandatory period of parole ineligibility.
  • These types of things depend on what it is you’re allegedly caught selling.

This informational blog post was provided by Jason A. Volet, an experienced New Jersey Drug Crime Attorney.

What is a Conditional Discharge?

  • This is a program offered for first-time drug offenders, who were charged with disorderly person offenses.
  • You will be on a formal period of probation, which includes a probation officer, random urine tests, and fines.
  • As long as your successfully complete your probation with no new arrests, the charges against you will be dismissed.

This informational video was provided by Jason A. Volet, an experienced New Jersey Drug Crime Attorney.

Stealing Your Doctor’s Prescription Pad

As a Monmouth County Drug Crime Attorney I see people that are addicted to drugs ask me what can happen if they are caught stealing their doctor’s prescription pad. I advise clients that this is a serious offense and you can be accused of theft and convicted of forgery for signing a doctor’s name to obtain prescription drugs you were not prescribed. As a Monmouth County Drug Crime Attorney I tell residents that if it happens to them, this could land them in jail.

If you are arrested for stealing your doctor’s prescription pad and forging a signature, watch this video and contact our experienced Monmouth County Drug Crime Attorney.

This short informational video was brought to you by Jason Volet, an experienced Monmouth County Drug Crime Attorney.

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