New Jersey Drug Paraphernalia Lawyers
2C:36-2. Use or possession with intent to use
Drug crimes account for the vast majority of cases in New Jersey courts. In addition to possible incarceration, defendants convicted of and CDS crime in New Jersey face 6 to 24 months of driver’s license suspension, a criminal record and high fines. Our New Jersey CDS defense attorneys will fight for you regardless of what type of possession or distribution charge you are facing. With four offices in New Jersey, our CDS defense attorneys can represent you in any court in New Jersey. For more than 38 years, we have fought for thousands of clients and successfully defended them against all New Jersey CDS charges.
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Our New Jersey CDS defense attorneys can represent you in any court in New Jersey with regard to any of these charges:
- Possession of Marijuana, 2C:35-10A(4)
- Distribution of Marijuana, 2C:35-5b(10)
- Drug Paraphernalia, 2C:36-2
- Possession of Hypodermic Needle, 2C:36-6
- Possession of CDS, 2C:35-10
- Possession of Prescription Drugs, 2C:35-24
- Possession With Intent, 2C:35-5
- School Zone, 2C:35-7
- Distribution on Public Property, 2C:35-7.1
- Maintaining a CDS Production Facility, 2C:35-4
- Manufacturing Flunitrazepam, 2C:35-5.3
- Possession of Flunitrazepam, 2C:35-10.3
- Manufacturing Gamma Hydroxybutyrate, 2C:35-5.2
- Possession of Gamma Hydroxybutyrate, 2C:35-10.2
- Meth, 2C:35-5b(9)
- Obtaining CDS by Fraud, 2C:35-13
- Drug-Induced Deaths, 2C:35-9
- Employing a Juvenile in Drug Distribution, 2C:35-6
- Leader of Narcotics Trafficking Network, 2C:35-3
- LSD, 2C:35-5b(7)
2C:36-2. Drug Paraphernalia
It shall be unlawful for any person to use, or to possess with intent to use, drug paraphernalia to plant, propagate, cultivate, grow, harvest, manufacture, compound, convert, produce, process, prepare, test, analyze, pack, repack, store, contain, conceal, ingest, inhale, or otherwise introduce into the human body a controlled dangerous substance, controlled substance analog or toxic chemical in violation of the provisions of chapter 35 of this title. Any person who violates this section is guilty of a disorderly persons offense.
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