I Was Charged With Drug Possession By Motor Vehicle Operator (N.J.S.A. 39:4-49.1) And DUID. Is It Possible To Win Against Both Charges In New Jersey?

Being charged with a crime, or crimes, is not the same as being convicted.

In every prosecution, there are ample opportunities for the defendant to present evidence, question prosecution evidence, and ultimately prevail.

Working with an experienced DUID and criminal defense attorney in New Jersey is strongly recommended.

Qualified legal counsel will be aware of options in your case that you may not know about, and can negotiate terms with prosecutors in a language that they understand.

Depending on the facts of your case, it may be possible to get one of the charges against you dismissed, which substantially weakens the other charge.

For instance, was the search that turned up the drugs a legal search, or did the police violate procedure and your rights?

If the search was bad, the possession charge may be inadmissible.

If the possession charge led to the allegation of intoxicated driving, then the prosecution’s case may collapse.

Matthew Reisig has worked with thousands of clients in New Jersey as they faced DUI and criminal charges.

His record of success stands for itself.

If you’re facing DUID and criminal charges in New Jersey, call 732-625-9660 for a free consultation with an experienced New Jersey DUI and Criminal Defense attorney.

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