Drug Possession Defense Lawyer
Have you been arrested or charged with a drug offense? If you have, a drug possession defense lawyer at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall experienced in defending Union County drug charges is here to assist you. Every attorney at our firm is skilled in defending drug offenses and our team has over forty years of experience and includes a former prosecutor. We are available 24/7 toll-free at 877-450-8301 to discuss your case or to schedule a no obligation appointment.
Possession with Intent to Distribute
New Jersey has strict laws prohibiting distribution, trafficking or manufacturing of any form of controlled dangerous substance (“CDS”). Common examples of CDS are marijuana, cocaine, heroin, LSD, ecstasy and prescription drugs. An arrest for possession with intent to distribute can result in First Degree, Second Degree, Third Degree, School Zone, and Public Park or Public Housing charges. Our lawyers are knowledgeable in all of these varieties of drug charges and we put this wealth of knowledge to work for you.
Recent Success Stories
Our client was charged with Second Degree Distribution of Marijuana in a School Zone. He was looking at serious jail time with provisions for parole ineligibility given the facts of his case and his prior record. Based on the legal arguments and efforts of attorney Jonathan Marshall of our office, our client was able to resolve the matter with a plea to Simple Possession such that he avoided both jail and deportation.
In another distribution case, our client was arrested in Union County for Second Degree possession with intent to distribute cocaine. The prosecution was interested in sending our client to jail for an extended period. Jonathan Marshall was again successful in obtaining probation for our client despite the insistence by the prosecution that jail be imposed.
Our experience and results in Union County speak for themselves. Our lawyers would be happy to evaluate your case and discuss exactly how we can assist you in achieving the best possible outcome.