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Solid Counsel From A Skilled Drug Crime Lawyer

Despite the national drive to make marijuana legal and relax other drug laws, law enforcement and prosecutors in New Jersey continue to vigorously pursue drug charges. The immediate consequences imposed by the court, including potential jail or prison time, fines and probation, are generally well-known.

However, a conviction for a drug crime will remain on your record. It can have an adverse impact on other facets of your life, including future job, military and educational opportunities.

An Accusation Does Not Mean A Conviction Is Automatic

It is important to note that being accused of drug possession or dealing is not an automatic conviction. An experienced attorney can evaluate your case to determine the right defense for your situation.

Drug crimes frequently involve issues with search and seizure. We will fully evaluate the tactics used by police to gather evidence in warrantless searches. If a warrant was used to conduct a search, we will analyze the information for flaws and weaknesses that may support a challenge to the validity of the warrant.

At The Law Offices of Randy E. Lewis, LLC, our lawyer provides knowledgeable representation for any drug charges, including:

  • Sales, intent to distribute or possession of heroin
  • Distribution, cultivation or possession of marijuana
  • Designer drug charges
  • Drug manufacturing offenses
  • Prescription medication violations
  • Drug charges filed in municipal court
  • Drug paraphernalia offenses

We do not offer false promises. Our criminal defense practice draws on our extensive experience with the law. We will analyze all of your options to offer honest advice. We will tell you what you need to know about the case so that you can make an informed decision about your case.

Helping Our Clients Beat Their Addiction

Addiction may be a driving force behind drug crimes. We are sensitive to this problem and know when to focus on the medical issues in serving the best interests of our clients.

Solving a problem with addiction in association with a criminal case may allow for more options to resolve the case. Our goal is to help you move forward from this situation in as positive a manner as possible.

Take The First Step In Your Defense

To learn more about how our approach to the law and personalized service can help you through a difficult time, send our Newark office an email or call 973-536-2000.