Oftentimes, clients are concerned about some of the consequences of pleading guilty to or being found guilty of possession of drugs in the State of New Jersey. Whether your offense took place in a house, in a car, or on the street, one of the consequences of pleading guilty or being found guilty of a drug offense in New Jersey is the suspension of your driving privileges for between six months and two years. Fortunately, an experienced drug attorney can make an argument on your behalf that allows you to keep your license despite any finding of guilt for a drug offense. In New Jersey, an attorney can argue before a judge that the individual defendant has a hardship that losing their license would create. An argument can be made that the license should be kept by the individual criminal defendant. If you have been charged with a drug offense and wish to maintain your license, you should consult with an experienced drug attorney.
Keith Hirschorn, P.C., is an experienced criminal defense attorney working throughout the state of New Jersey. If you have any questions regarding your case, call the law office in Hoboken to set up a free initial consultation.