Challenging The Legality Of Controlled Dangerous Substance Charges
While drug possession laws have relaxed in some jurisdictions, drug distribution charges remain a challenge for all parties: the defendant, prosecutors, criminal defense lawyers, judges and jails. Should you be reading this in search of a lawyer, it is important to know — experience counts.
Criminal defense attorney Joel Bacher has been successfully defending drug distribution charges for over 40 years. We know the ropes, and will provide for you a defense that could lead to downgraded if not dropped charges right out of the chute. If you have been arrested for dealing drugs, do not talk to the police. Call an attorney right away to ensure your rights are protected.
How We Build Your Defense
When a drug bust occurs and the accused is in possession of quantities above what might be considered for illicit personal use, drug distribution charges are usually cast. We go after that first. Naturally, the seriousness of the charge is dependent on the quantity of the controlled dangerous substance (CDS), but also depends on what types of drugs were found.
Controlled dangerous substances include the following:
- Illegally prescribed or abuse of prescription drugs
- Altered over-the-counter drugs
- Other illegal substances
Why Choose The Law Offices of Joel M. Bacher?
When you are facing drug charges, having an experienced advocate on your side can make all the difference. When you work with our firm, you benefit from:
- Over 40 years’ litigation experience
- Free initial consultation
- Extensive trial experience
- Certified for civil trial by the New Jersey Supreme Court
- 24/7/365 call center and availability
- Evening hours for personal meetings
- Fully licensed in New York and New Jersey, and all federal courts as well
For skilled criminal defense in Wayne, Paterson, Passaic County and all of New Jersey, contact Joel Bacher at The Law Offices of Joel M. Bacher for a free consultation. Telephone 877-217-6903 or click to send an email. All consultations and written correspondences will be kept strictly confidential.