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Multiple individuals facing drug charges in New Jersey

| Apr 9, 2015 | Drug Charges |

An individual’s legal options may vary depending on the type of situation he or she may be facing. Therefore, it is important for parties to explore how their specific circumstances may affect their legal situations. Individuals who are facing drug charges may have different options than those facing other allegations. By gathering information pertaining to their circumstances, parties may be better able to understand their cases.

Multiple individuals in New Jersey may be hoping to find out more about their legal options after recently being taken into custody. It was reported that authorities had allegedly gotten a warrant to search a residence due to suspicion of drug activity. Authorities purportedly found cocaine, marijuana, heroin and other drug-related paraphernalia.

Four individuals were taken into custody as a result of the search. Two individuals were charged with heroin possession, heroin distribution and multiple other drug-related charges. One individual was charged with cocaine possession, drug distribution and other allegations. The fourth party was also charged with heroin possession as well as possession of marijuana. The fourth individual was also taken into custody for other warrants not relating to the event.

Each of these New Jersey individuals should look at his or her case from a personal perspective. Because different charges were leveled against each party, the ways to approach their cases may differ. Therefore, finding out more information regarding New Jersey court proceedings, legal options and possible plea bargains could prove beneficial as their cases move forward. Drug charges can have severe consequences, and being knowledgeable about their circumstances could pay off.

Source: thedailyjournal.com, “Four arrested on drug charges in Millville“, Chris Torres, April 3, 2015

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