Anyone who knowingly helped to facilitate or further the criminal sale, distribution or trafficking of controlled substances or narcotics can be charged with drug conspiracy to distribute CDS (controlled dangerous substance.) Even if you did not personally come into contact with the actual drugs, but committed any other act in the furtherance of the sale or distribution of drugs, you can be charged.
If you have been charged with conspiracy to distribute a controlled dangerous substance, it’s vital that you immediately contact our team of experienced drug distribution defense lawyers. Our firm has significant experience and a proven track record in this area of law.
When our team of attorneys analyzes your case, we will examine every angle and detail. Including, the probable cause for your arrest, whether or not the search was legal, whether the warrant requirements were satisfied, chain of custody issues regarding the seizure and testing of the drugs and any other Constitutional issues.
South Jersey criminal lawyers at Kahn, Gigliotti & Lehrfeld have an enormous amount of experience handling possession with intent to distribute drug cases. We have handled thousands of these cases throughout Burlington County, Camden County, Gloucester County and Mercer County. We have fought legal battles in Court over chain of custody evidence issues and state police laboratory drug testing issues. Most importantly, this firm has focused its practice on knowledgeable and aggressive representation regarding search and seizure and all other Fourth Amendment Constitutional issues.
Our lawyers are directly responsible for the most significant change in New Jersey Supreme Court law regarding the legalities concerning the search and seizure in automobile cases. As such, we have an incredible amount of knowledge and experience while aggressively defending you concerning these issues. Kahn, Gigliotti & Lehrfeld will not hesitate to file a suppression Motion on your behalf to challenge the legality of your search and seek a dismissal of the charges against you.
In addition to monetary penalties and possible prison time, felony conspiracy drug offenses carry a mandatory suspension of driving privileges from six months to two years. Our firm has been extremely successful in preventing the suspension of driving privileges in these types of cases.