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Marijuana is Officially Legal in the State of New Jersey

Monday, February 22, 2021: a date that New Jersey residents will forever note as the day that marijuana officially became legal. While the legalization of marijuana has been in talks for a while, now that it’s finally here, what exactly does it mean? Can you still be arrested for marijuana possession? Will your criminal record automatically be expunged? Continue reading…

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Can You Still Get Arrested for Marijuana Possession in NJ?

Voters in New Jersey recently approved a ballot question calling for the legalization of marijuana. However, even though voters have approved the legalization of marijuana, people in New Jersey may wonder whether they can lawfully possess marijuana now or whether they can still be arrested until some other action is taken.  New Jersey Voters Passed Legalization Referendum During the November…

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When is a Drug Possession Charge a Felony?

The Garden State has many strict laws in place in regard to possession of a controlled substance that carry extremely severe penalties. Generally, the charge will be based on the type of drug and the amounts involved.  The range in these matters can lead to charges resulting in disorderly persons offenses or felony charges.  Punishments in these matters can carry…

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Manchester NJ Man Arrested, Accused of Selling Heroin, Fleeing Police

Police recently arrested a Manchester NJ man accused of selling drugs and then eluding police during a chase through residential backyards. Members of the Manchester Police Narcotics Enforcement Team were on patrol in the Pine Lake Park area of Manchester Township when they reportedly spotted the suspect trying to sell heroin to someone in the park. The Manchester NJ police…

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Higher Prices for Prescription Drugs Can Lead to Illegal Drug Distribution

Prescription drug prices have spiked in recent years, according to a recent study conducted by Reuters. Not only does the increased cost of obtaining pain medication place a huge financial burden on people who need prescription painkillers, it also makes it more likely that these individuals will seek out necessary medicine through illegal means. The black market for prescription drugs…

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