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Drug Trafficking, Manufacturing, and Cultivation Attorneys in NJ

Wall New Jersey Criminal Defense Attorneys serving Monmouth County, Ocean County, Middlesex County and all surrounding NJ areas.

Criminal charges involving drug trafficking, manufacturing, distribution and cultivation require an experienced criminal defense team. At Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC, our lawyers fully understand the anxiety you may feel and the significant impact a conviction would have upon your life and livelihood. We have a personal commitment to providing you with the effective, high-caliber legal defense you deserve.

Advocating for You Amid Serious Drug Charges in New Jersey

At Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC, we handle a wide range of these serious drug charges, including:

Prosecutors tend to pursue these cases aggressively. Typically, the goal is to shut down the illegal drug operation and to make sure as many of the involved individuals as possible are punished. Although these charges intend to target drug crimes associated with an organized operation, sometimes people get charged with distribution or a similar crime simply because of the amount of drugs they had on them or because they were growing marijuana in their backyard.

This area of criminal drug law can get complex. You need an experienced attorney who can determine the best way to resolve your case. Charles Clark and Ryan Clark both served as prosecutors in the past. As a result, our law team has unique insight into the prosecution’s case against you. We use all of our resources, experience and knowledge of police tactics to protect your rights.

How Will My Drug Case Be Resolved?

The drug charges attorneys at Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC have a history of obtaining favorable results in trafficking, manufacturing, distribution and cultivation cases, as well as other types of drug cases. We are trial attorneys. As such, we are fully prepared to go to trial if that’s what it takes to pursue the case results you want. Plea bargains are often good options as well, and we are prepared to fight to get probationary terms instead of a jail sentence. In certain situations, you may be able to avoid jail by agreeing to drug court, or we may be able to get the charges against you downgraded.

As a first-time offender or as someone with a criminal record, you deserve experienced, compassionate and competent representation. You are not just another criminal to us, but a real person who stands to lose a lot if convicted. We always have your best interest at heart, and our attorneys are passionate about providing you with the high-caliber legal defense you deserve.

To learn more about how our experienced criminal defense lawyers can help you, please call Clark, Clark & Noonan, LLC at 844-204-2426 for a free case evaluation. Our lawyers have an extensive history handling drug trafficking, manufacturing, distribution and cultivation cases in the areas of Jersey City, Newark and the surrounding cities.

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