31 Arrested in Three NJ Drug Busts

Recently, three New Jersey drug busts resulted in the arrests of 31 people. During the arrests an seizures, authorities reportedly discovered at least 430 doses of heroin, in addition to weapons and cash. The biggest bust resulted in the arrests of 27 people. Additionally, 16 search warrants were executed and served, closing a large-scale narcotics […]

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When Does a Drug Offense Become a Felony in NJ?

As the opioid epidemic continues to plague the United States, more and more people are being arrested and charged for committing serious drug crimes. While the number of people who are charged with drug crimes continues to rise, many people do not know that drug crimes can actually be graded as criminal offenses of varying […]

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Marijuana Breathalyzers in New Jersey: Will They Be Implemented?

Hound Labs, Inc. has just announced a breakthrough technology that it hopes will make roads safer and hold intoxicated drivers accountable. This technology is a marijuana-breathalyzer machine that will purportedly detect THC on a driver’s breath and help law enforcement identify intoxicated drivers. Will New Jersey Implement Marijuana Breathalyzers? Medical marijuana is now legal in […]

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Drug Trafficking Laws in the State of New Jersey

Drug trafficking crimes involve the creation and/or distribution of banned drugs or controlled substances that were obtained illegally.  They are considered very serious crimes and often carry severe penalties.  The more dangerous the drug, the quantity of the drug, and the more drug crimes you are convicted of – in addition to drug trafficking – […]

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Possession of Drug Paraphernalia in New Jersey

Receiving a drug charge can be stressful and frightening. It can leave a nasty stain on your criminal record and has the potential to negatively impact your future employment. Use or possession with the intent to use drug paraphernalia is a disorderly persons offense in New Jersey, but even a charge of this nature can […]

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