We have been successfully defending clients charged with prescription drug crimes, including possession of Xanax, possession of Xanax with intent to distribute and distribution of Xanax throughout New Jersey for decades. When you are facing the very serious charge of misuse of a prescription drug, contact us by email or by phone at (732) 842-7773 today to set up your free consultation.Defending Your Xanax Possession With Intent to Distribute Charges in New Jersey
Illegal use of Xanax has become more and more common over the past ten to twenty years. Through means of prescription fraud or forgery, it has become easier to obtain Xanax to sell on the street. People use Xanax as a recreational drug because it can cause feelings of relaxation and happiness. It is also used because the effects come on very quickly, providing users with an instant high. People will at times crush and snort Xanax pills or take them with alcohol to wash them down in order to increase the euphoric effect.
Taking Xanax that has been obtained illegally or that is legally prescribed for another person is against the law in NJ. It does not matter if the person is a member of your family trying to help ease your anxiety by offering you a small white Xanax pill from their prescription. It is illegal for them to distribute and for you to take Xanax that has been legally prescribed by a doctor for another person.
If you or a loved one has been charged with a prescription drug offense in New Jersey such as illegal possession or distribution of Xanex, contact the Moriarty Law Firm for immediate assistance at (732) 842-7773. Our attorneys are available 24 hours a day and the initial consultation is always free of charge.We Handle All Types of Criminal Charges
Criminal charges can be brought in either the Municipal or Superior court. The more severe the criminal charges the more likely they are to be handled in Superior Court, while minor charges are typically resolved in Municipal Court. We have a well deserved reputation for being the best in both arenas.
The severity of your charges is a determination made by the State and is usually based on a variety of factors. Penalties will vary based on the degree of the crime and whether or not there was a criminal conspiracy involved.