Drug Charges Defense Lawyer In Morristown, NJ
Assertive Legal Defense Against Drug Charges In Morris County And Throughout Northern New Jersey
Drug charges must be taken seriously. A criminal conviction could result in serious consequences, including jail time and loss of license. James M. Porfido is an experienced Certified Trial Attorney, as Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey, and has worked both as a prosecutor in drug court and now as a drug crimes defense attorney. His extensive experience, strategic advocacy, and client dedication have produced positive outcomes in a wide variety of drug crimes cases.
We will take every legal action to preserve your rights and minimize penalties in your case. Contact us for an immediate consultation to assert your rights in a drug crimes case.
If you or someone you love is facing a drug charge, it is critical to take immediate action to protect your rights. We will initiate an intensive investigation of the facts of your case. We will consult with witnesses and experts, review police records, and preserve all necessary evidence to build a defense on your behalf. We may be able to minimize penalties through entry into a diversion program if you are a first-time offender, or we may even be able to defeat the charges completely.
We have experience defending clients against a wide range of drug charges involving:
- Possession/possession with the intent to distribute
- Marijuana, cocaine, meth, ecstasy
- Prescription medications
Asserting Your Rights Against Illegal Searches & Seizures In New Jersey
An illegal search is a violation of your constitutional rights. If evidence was illegally obtained, we will seek to suppress that evidence before trial. In many cases, suppression of crucial evidence can lead to the dismissal of your charges.
Most drug cases depend on evidence obtained during search and seizure by law enforcement. Whether you are being charged for possession, distribution, or manufacture, we will examine the police reports and assess how evidence was obtained in your case. An officer must have a legal basis to pull over your motor vehicle. They must have a warrant to search your home. If you are stopped on the street, they must have probable cause to search your person. Regardless of whether the police have a warrant, any search is subject to an application to suppress evidence and an examination of the circumstances in light of your Fourth Amendment rights.
Call An Experienced Drug Charge Defense Attorney In Morris County, NJ
Were you charged with drug possession or drug distribution? Contact James M. Porfido to arrange an initial consultation with an experienced Morristown, New Jersey criminal defense lawyer and Certified Criminal Trial Attorney.
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