Drug Crimes

Camden County NJ Drug Charges Lawyer

Criminal Defense Lawyer Representing Clients throughout South Jersey

New Jersey strictly regulates and enforces laws about controlled dangerous substances. The New Jersey Drug Schedule classifies controlled dangerous substances on a Schedule of I through V, with specific criteria associated with each category. The Schedule includes substances such as marijuana, heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, and a wide variety of prescription medications. Drug charges can stem from the unlawful possession, sale and distribution, manufacture and production, and possession of these substances with intent to distribute. The penalties for these violations can be severe and life-altering, including significant fines, charges on your criminal record, and time in prison. In order to protect yourself from the potential consequences of a conviction, it is critical to mount a compelling defense.

William Fay is a highly experienced criminal defense attorney who has been successfully defending clients charged with drug crimes ranging from possession of marijuana under 50 grams, to first degree heroin distribution, for years. Mr. Fay has built a reputation on delivering superior results and fighting tirelessly on behalf of his clients. He will thoroughly investigate the circumstances of your case and use his prior experience at the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office to determine the best approach to fighting your charges. By building the most effective defense, Mr. Fay is able to position his clients to achieve the best possible outcomes. To discuss your case with Mr. Fay today, contact his offices at 609-832-3202 for a cost-free consultation.

Drug Crimes Lawyer in Camden, NJ

Drug charges vary in terms of severity based on a number of factors, including: the specific drug involved, the amount of said drug, the nature of the crime, and the location (i.e. a school zone, vehicle, etc.). Depending on the offense of which you are accused, you may face a criminal indictment in Superior Court on first, second, third, or fourth degree charges, or face prosecution at the local municipal court for a disorderly persons offense. Mr. Fay aggressively defends clients charged with a vast array of drug crimes at both the Superior and Municipal court level. Some of the cases that he often handles involve charges for:

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If you or someone you love has been charged with a drug crime in Camden County or elsewhere in South Jersey, it is critical to begin building your defense strategy as soon as possible. Contact our firm at 609-832-3202 for additional information and a cost-free consultation.


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