NJ Criminal Law FAQ's
- What is the difference between a criminal case and a civil case?
- How long does a conviction stay on my criminal record?
- What is the difference between simple assault and aggravated assault?
- What does it mean to get my criminal record “expunged”?
- Can I go to jail for leaving the scene of a car accident?
- Is trespassing a felony?
- What is the difference between probation and parole?
- If this is my first offense in New Jersey, but I have a history in another state, will they treat this charge like it's my first offense?
- How is an indictable criminal offense different from a disorderly persons offense?
- Can I be charged with possession of a gun in a car, even if the gun isn't mine?
- Can I get my juvenile charges expunged from my criminal record?
- What can happen to a juvenile delinquent?
- What is a juvenile detention center?
Frequently Asked Questions on NJ Drug Offenses:
- Is possession of marijuana a felony offense?
- Is possession of cocaine a felony offense?
- Is possession of heroin a felony offense?
- Is possession of prescription drugs a felony offense?
- How can I legally carry my prescription drugs?
- Will I lose my driver's license if I am convicted of a drug offense?
- Can the court impose other restraints on me prior to conviction for a drug offense?
- Will my landlord be notified of my drug conviction?
- Is possession of drug paraphernalia a felony offense?
- Can I get my drug possession conviction expunged from my record?
- Can I be charged with drug possession when I am a passenger in a car containing drugs I don't own?
About this NJ Criminal & Drug Law FAQ
The criminal and drug law frequently asked questions and answers on this website should not be construed as formal legal advice nor the formation of an attorney/client relationship. This information may vary based on the facts and circumstances of your particular case. For a free legal consultation on your case please call (732) 709-7757.