Drug Charges While In A Motor Vehicle
Do you face charges of driving under the influence of drugs? Have you been accused of drug possession or drug trafficking because illegal drugs or unauthorized prescription drugs were found in a car you were alleged to be driving?
You may feel that, once you are “in the hands” of local law enforcement officers, a conviction, a criminal record and legal penalties are sure things. In fact, prosecutors likely have a long way to go before a conviction is assured.
At the Bernards Township, New Jersey, law firm of D’Alessandro & D’Alessandro, LLC, our lawyers have handled hundreds of traffic violation, DWI/DUI and other municipal court defense cases, and can provide experienced legal help in fighting your drug/motor vehicle charges and charges of driving under the influence of drugs. Have you been charged with possessing or driving under the influence of:
- Illegally obtained or unauthorized prescription drugs like OxyContin, Valium, Vicodin or Percocet
We have successfully fought for numerous drug and driving charges to be dismissed or reduced based on a range of factors. For instance:
- Can the state prove you knew drugs were in the car?
- Were the drugs really in your possession?
- Who was really operating the vehicle on charges of driving under the influence of drugs?
- Did police officers have probable cause to pull you over?
- Was the search and seizure of your vehicle legal?
If you face charges involving driving and drugs or drug paraphernalia, it is important that you fight for your rights — motor vehicle statutes demand a two-year license suspension in many instances. For more information regarding our municipal court defense legal services, contact our downtown Basking Ridge office.
We Can Help You Move Forward
If you face drug and driving-related charges in northern or central New Jersey, including Basking Ridge and Bedminster, contact our firm. We accept credit cards, offer flexible hours and are conveniently located near the center of Basking Ridge with easy access to and from Route 78 and Route 287. To contact an attorney, call 908-340-6459.