New Jersey Municipal Prosecutors have serious trouble in proving their case against a driver operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of a narcotic, hallucinogenic, or habit-producing drug. Current science and technology arguably do not support law enforcement in proving these highly subjective cases. Anyone accused of driving under the influence of a narcotic, hallucinogenic or habit-producing drug should be sure to consult with an experienced Criminal Trial Attorney because there are multiple defenses and substantial arguments to be made against the science and the procedures implemented by law enforcement to prosecute these offenses.
Defending a Drugged Driving Charge in New Jersey
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