Two New Jersey Men Charged With Drug Offenses

Two New Jersey men were taken into police custody after officers confiscated found various drugs and more than $51,000 in alleged drug profits from their hotel room. According to the report, the officers discovered meth, LSD and marijuana, among other drugs. The two men have since been charged with a number of drug offenses.

Officers also recovered tickets to a number of performances for the band Further. The two men, aged 31 and 21 years old, were allegedly following the band and selling the drugs.

Prosecutors take a firm stance when it comes to drug charges. If a person is convicted on these drug charges, penalties can include a jail sentence and a loss of driving privileges. A conviction will also appear on the person’s criminal record, making it more difficult to obtain employment and even obtain certain loans. However, those who are accused of drug crimes have rights that need to be protected.

An experienced New Jersey criminal defense attorney may be able to help their clients in a number of ways. First, they may be able to have the charges reduced. They may be able to negotiate with the prosecution to keep their clients out of jail and working to improve their future. The attorney may be able to assist their client in entering a rehabilitation facility.

The attorney may also be able to fight the charges. They may be able to investigate the evidence against their client and discover any improper procedure on the part of the arresting officers. For example, the attorney may be able to have the evidence exempt from the trial if the officers did not have probable cause to enter the men’s hotel room.

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