New Jersey Cocaine Charge Defense
Possession of cocaine is a crime that carries the potential for tough penalties, even for first-time offenders. In addition to facing a felony criminal record and spending time in jail or prison, you may also face the loss of your driver’s license for six months of two years, even if the offense did not involve a motor vehicle. If you have been arrested for cocaine possession, you need a skilled defense attorney on your side.
When you have Jack Venturi Law in your corner, you get a team of tough, smart attorneys who will fight for you. We will use an arsenal of innovative techniques and the best motions to attack your cocaine possession case from every angle. With an office in New Brunswick, we can represent you in any court in New Jersey.
If you are facing cocaine charges, you need an aggressive defense. Call us toll free at 732-247-3340 for a free initial consultation.
Cocaine Possession Penalties in New Jersey
Penalties for possession of cocaine are based on the eight of the drugs in possession and whether it was personal possession or possession with the intent to distribute. For a basic possession charge, it is usually classified as a third-degree offense, carrying a maximum penalty of five years in prison. However, if you have no prior convictions, it may be possible to avoid prison time as part of your sentence.
In some instances, pretrial intervention will be an option. We will conduct a thorough investigation into the facts of your case and seek a result that protects your rights and limits your exposure to harsh criminal penalties as much as possible.
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