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Alleged juvenile assault leads to multiple arrests in New Jersey

When young individuals are charged with criminal activity, it is important that they and their guardians understand the allegations. Juvenile assault and similar charges could lead to minors facing serious punishment if they are convicted. Therefore, individuals may wish to determine whether creating criminal defenses or taking advantage of other legal options is in the best interests of the accused parties.

Individuals face drug charges after car search in New Jersey

When an individual is charged for an alleged crime, it is important that he or she understands that the option to work toward proving his or her innocence is available. Parties facing drug charges may wish to create a meaningful defense that could potentially combat the allegations that they face. Of course, there are also other options that could possibly be available, and individuals should consider what may be best for them.

New Jersey oral surgeon faces charges over prescription drugs

New Jersey residents have been hearing a lot recently about a reported rise in heroin use in the Northeast. These alarming reports may point to new problems with illegal street drugs, but they tend to obscure the fact that the authorities are increasingly concerned with illegal use of prescription medication.

Proposed legislation seeks to increase penalties for drug crimes

Politicians often pride themselves as being tough on crime. Unfortunately, this can result in draconian laws that have little deterrent or rehabilitative effect. One particularly common target for politicians who want to appear tough on crime is drug laws. In fact, New Jersey readers may find it interesting to learn about a new bill that will provides prosecutors a lot more discretion when charging certain drug crimes.

New Jersey pharmacist charged with making illegal drugs

Federal and state prosecutors in New Jersey often file drug manufacturing charges in cases involving alleged methamphetamine production, but it can come up in different types of cases, as well. Recently, a pharmacist was arrested and charged with drug manufacturing. Authorities said he had attempted to make his own lab to produce MDA, a hallucinogenic drug related to the more well-known MDMA, or Ecstasy.

New Jersey teens arrested for violent assault

Individuals under 18 are considered minors in most states in the United States. Despite the seriousness of many minor crimes, juvenile crime is still treated differently than adult crimes. One major difference is the juvenile law system views minors as children, lacking the requisite intent. While penalties for a juvenile crime should not be taken lightly, being charged as a juvenile is far better than being charged as an adult.

Outreach project warns about effects of underage drinking

Laws restricting access to alcohol among minors were first enacted in the 20th century. Initially these laws varied dramatically from state to state. In 1984, however, Congress enacted the National Minimum Drinking Age Act, prohibiting persons under 21 from purchasing or publicly consuming alcohol. To enforce the act a portion of federal highway funds is withheld from any state that refuses to comply. Today, every state, including New Jersey, prohibits underage drinking.

New Jersey man facing charges for drug possession

State prosecutors and New Jersey state authorities go after drug charges with a heavy hand. From simple drug possession charges to claims of manufacturing and distribution, individuals accused and convicted of drug crimes can end up serving long sentences and paying massive financial fines. That is why New Jersey residents currently facing charges for a drug offense should speak with a criminal defense attorney if possible.

Multiple arrests made in Jersey City drug sting operation

Drug offenses include a broad range of criminal activities from the possession of drug paraphernalia to the intent to distribute. Penalties for drug crimes depend on a variety of factors from the quantity and type of substance in question, to the intended use. Regardless of the specific offense, a drug charge in New Jersey carry very serious consequences from jail time and fines to long and invasive probationary periods.

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