By Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. a Municipal Court Attorney
Under New Jersey law, no operator of a motor vehicle is allowed to knowingly possess any dangerous controlled substance. If you are pulled over by a police officer or highway patrol officer and drugs are found in your car, you will face criminal charges of drug possession. In addition to the criminal charges, the traffic laws add a penalty of $50 and a 2-year suspension of driving privileges. Possession of drugs in a car is a serious charge and deserves a thorough and thoughtful defense in both criminal court and traffic court.
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