Drug Lawyers in Mercer County NJ

Drug Charges

Mercer County NJ Drug Charges Lawyers 

Whether you have been charged with possession of marijuana under 50 grams or being the leader of a drug trafficking network in Mercer County, Proetta & Oliver can help. Our firm represents clients throughout Mercer County who are being charged with possession of drugs, distributing drugs, possessing drugs with the intent to distribute and manufacturing drugs. Regardless of the drug offense(s) that one may be facing, the applicable penalties are severe. They include the potential for a lengthy incarceration sentence, probation, community service, mandatory drug rehabilitation, high fines, license loss and a criminal record. With that being said, there are several diversionary programs that a client may be eligible for. These programs include the Conditional Discharge Program, the Pretrial Intervention Program and Drug Court. For more information on these programs please contact our office at (609) 789-0779.

Mr. Oliver has dedicated his entire career to defending those accused of criminal offenses in courts throughout New Jersey, including Mercer County. Mr. Oliver has a tremendous amount of experience defending those accused of not only possessing drugs but also distributing them as well. He has represented clients that have been charged with some of the most serious drug offenses in New Jersey, including operating a drug manufacturing facility, being the leader of a drug trafficking network and first degree drug distribution. If you or a loved one has been charged with a drug offense in Mercer County and would like a free initial consultation with Mr. Oliver please contact us (609) 789-0779. The attorneys at Proetta & Oliver serves all of Mercer County, including towns like Hamilton, Trenton, Lawrenceville, Princeton, West Windsor, East Windsor, Hightstown, Ewing and Robbinsville.

Drug Possession Charges in Trenton NJ?

If not handled properly, any of the following offenses listed below can drastically affect one’s future. Most drug crimes will be considered a felony offense. In fact, the only drug charges that are not considered felony offenses are the possession of marijuana under 50 grams, failure to turn over a controlled dangerous substance and loitering for the purpose to obtain a controlled dangerous substance. Therefore, regardless of the amount of drug in question, heroin, cocaine, molly, LSD, mushrooms, crystal meth, crack cocaine and fentanyl will always be a felony offense. What degree of a felony one faces will depend almost entirely on the quantity of the drug that was seized and the location of the seizure (ie drug or school zone).  It is imperative that you contact a Mercer County criminal defense attorney to begin building a case around your particular needs immediately.  Now here is a list of just some of the drug offenses that our firm handles.

The potential exposure that one faces will depend directly upon the degree of the offense charged and the Defendant’s prior criminal history. The exposure can range anywhere from six months in the Mercer County Jail all the way up to life in prison. The fines can be as little as $1,000 all the way up to $200,000. These are very serious criminal charges and should not be taken lightly. A criminal drug conviction, let alone a custodial sentence, could drastically affect one’s future. It can prevent them from ever possessing certain professional licenses, maintaining / gaining meaningful employment or even getting into college. For a free initial consultation today please contact us at (609) 789-0779.

Trenton NJ Drug Distribution Attorneys

If you or a loved one has been charged with a drug offense in Mercer County you should contact an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately. We represent clients charged with various drug offenses in Courts throughout Mercer County including courts like the Ewing Municipal Court, the Hamilton Municipal Court, the Lawrence Municipal Court, the Hightstown Municipal Court, the Robbinsville Municipal Court, the Trenton Municipal Court, the Pennington Municipal Court and the Mercer County Superior Court. If you would like to come into our office and have a face to face initial consultation with one of our attorneys then please contact us at (609) 789-0779. We fully understand that being charged with a criminal offense can be extremely nerve wracking. As a result, we are available 24/7 to help assist in any way possible. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, you can email us any questions to.